Compliance

Sibos 2020: Defining sustainable finance and ESG, beyond climate action and the environment

As wildfires, hurricanes, social and economic unrest and the pandemic play out across the global stage, the final of day of Sibos 2020 focuses...

Regulators lose patience with Citi over risk management flaws

Federal regulators have slammed Citigroup for failing to correct deficiencies in enterprise-wide risk management, compliance risk management, data governance, and internal controls, hitting the...

Study warns European Commission to learn from US when developing EU tape

Europe should learn lessons from the US when creating an EU consolidated tape, a study undertaken on behalf of the European Commission has concluded.Market...

Bottomline and Dow Jones team up to tackle financial crime

Bottomline Technologies has partnered with Dow Jones Risk & Compliance to increase the protection of payments across the entire lifecycle.The new partnership adds keys...

FCA sets coronavirus challenge for new sandbox applicants

The Financial Conduct Authority has opened its sandbox to new financial applications capable of tackling challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Three key areas -...

Fed prohibits large bank share repurchases and caps dividends for Q4 2020, ensuring ample...

Due to the continued economic uncertainty from the coronavirus response, the Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday announced it will extend for an additional quarter...

US politicians weigh response to OCC payments charters

With financial technology firms growing fast and big tech outfits increasingly moving into the FS sector, a senior US politician has warned about the...

ESMA confirms recognition of three UK CCPs post Brexit

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has confirmed LCH, ICE Clear Europe, and LME Clear will be recognised as third country central counterparties...

DTCC lays out roadmap for full adoption of US electronic securities

US financial market participants must pull together to achieve complete securities dematerialisation and improve market stability, according to the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation...

JP Morgan hit with record $920 million penalty after admitting eight-year spoofing scheme

US investment bank JP Morgan will pay a record $920 million after admitting its precious metals and US treasuries trading desks engaged in an...
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