SFC test cases — such as SFC v Tiger Asia — have sought to use section 213 of the SFO as a third route of market misconduct enforcement.
The FCA has published its Policy Statement addressing payments from product providers to platform service providers and consumers.
In December 2012, the government issued an emergency ordinance for the creation, organisation and functioning of a financial supervisory authority (FSA).
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Proposals in relation to the reform of the regulation and supervision of LIBOR have been finalised.
Taylor Wessing has added a fresh batch of data-protection-focused content to its Global Data Hub site.
Sam Robinson, senior associate at Nabarro, considers the impact of EMIR on the OTC derivatives market.
The SEC has at last proposed new trading rules for foreign banks that do business with US entities in the over-the-counter derivatives market.
On 1 January 2013, the inducement rules for non-MiFID products were amended in the Netherlands by the introduction of a complete ban on third-party inducements.
The latest development around the FoFA regime is the release of further draft regulations whereby the Treasury proposes to tighten the application of the conflicted remuneration grandfathering rules.
The European Parliament has finally accepted the six draft EMIR regulatory technical standards and they entered into force on 15 March 2013.
The Hong Kong court has handed down a landmark ruling on the mis-selling of financial products in Hong Kong, rejecting a customer’s allegations of breach of duty against the bank.
If the proposals for a financial transaction tax (FTT) are implemented as proposed by the European Commission, the FTT is likely to cause distortion in the financial sector.
The Review of Financial Advice (RFA) is the Jersey Financial Services Commission’s response to the UK Financial Services Authority’s Retail Distribution Review (RDR).
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This is the first case in which the Royal Court has had to give full consideration to the Foundations (Jersey) Law 2009.
The Hong Kong banking regulator has imposed new rules that govern how banks submit rates for HIBOR and other benchmark fixings.
The debt capital market continues to come to terms with the requirements of the new Prospectus Directive (PD) regime.
A new package of measures (Twin Peaks II) is aimed at increasing consumer protection and strengthening the powers of the Belgian financial supervisor.
The CSRC has revised its RQFII rules to expand the pilot scheme in response to the continued expansion of the offshore RMB markets and an increasing demand for repatriation of offshore RMB back to the onshore securities market.
The new PIB module of the Dubai Financial Services Authority has set the DIFC financial services world alight.
Apps are not new, but the way businesses are monitising them is evolving rapidly, and developing models brings legal and brand challenges.
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