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The revised Wire Transfer Regulation – what it is and why you should take notice of it

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#ClientStories – MiFIR Controls for a leading EU Trading Venue

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How we helped a leading EU trading venue take control of the quality, completeness, and accuracy of its MiFIR transaction reporting.

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The impact of a hard Brexit on the financial services industry

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27 FEBRUARY 2019
BY MICHAEL ROBERTSON

With little over a month until the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union, JDX continues to monitor some of the key challenges which could impact financial services companies in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

Many firms will have assessed their readiness for Brexit on the basis of having a transitionary period after 29 March, but we now have to strongly consider a cliff-edge outcome where the UK effectively crashes out of the EU with no formal agreements in place around key areas such as financial services.

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The impact of a hard Brexit on the financial services industry

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27 FEBRUARY 2019
BY MICHAEL ROBERTSON

With little over a month until the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union, JDX continues to monitor some of the key challenges which could impact financial services companies in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

Many firms will have assessed their readiness for Brexit on the basis of having a transitionary period after 29 March, but we now have to strongly consider a cliff-edge outcome where the UK effectively crashes out of the EU with no formal agreements in place around key areas such as financial services.

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Ready for digital regulation?

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Ready for digital regulation?

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JWG are pleased to announce new research in partnership with MarkLogic, which shows that financial institutions are ill-equipped to deal with the data demands of new regulation.

 

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LCH applies for EU equivalence in preparation for no-deal Brexit

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London’s LCH has applied for equivalence with Europe’s regulatory watchdog to carry on doing business in the continent in a no-deal Brexit situation, while also applying to the Bank of England as an overseas derivative clearer.

The application follows the recent decision by the European Commission to grant a 12-month equivalence pass to non-EU clearing houses in the case of a “no-deal” Brexit.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has begun its review of UK clearing houses and central securities depositories (CSDs) to approve their equivalence applications.

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EU Benchmarks Regulation – a spotlight on the asset management industry

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Brexit – Contractual Dis-Continuity

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A long and comprehensive post from DRS on Brexit and the OTC market, follow the link below.


A question that has been ignored, until very recently, is how firms will deal with cross-border derivative contracts when the UK leaves the EU in March 2019. Leaving the single market without either EEA membership or a trade agreement covering financial services, will result in complications for existing derivative contracts. With approximately £26 trillion of outstanding […]

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The trade and transaction reporting horizon: 10 key initiatives for 2018 and beyond

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With MiFID II now (mostly) implemented, what trade and transaction reporting initiatives will firms have on the agenda for 2018 and beyond? We list some of the key items below: It is estimated that the final revised text of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) under the REFIT programme will be published at end of

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