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This report breaks down the texts of the relevant regulations, with a particular focus on the practical implications for the fixed income and FX markets.
Thomson Reuters third annual survey on how financial services firms are managing conduct risk has identified distinct industrywide trends against which firms can benchmark their own progress.
This report includes views from within the industry and insight into the three EU regulatory regimes that impact asset managers – UCITS, AIFMD and MiFID - and the possible implications on these if the UK were to leave the EU.
Thomson Reuters has undertaken its annual survey into the cost of compliance and the challenges firms expect to face in the year ahead.
A summary of some of the key points from the 2012 FATF Recommendations, and an examination of what they mean for the corporate treasury team.
Thomson Reuters has undertaken its fourth annual survey on how firms around the world are managing the challenges presented by the regulatory focus on culture and conduct risk.
Technology is driving rapid change in financial services, with the latest developments seen as revolution rather than evolution. Click here to read the full report which explores the future challenges the regtech revolution poses for the compliance function.
This report looks at the cyber risks faced by investment managers, who handle strictly confidential data on a continual basis, whether they perform KYC due diligence on their own clients or respond to KYC requests from their banks.
New research from Thomson Reuters and Transparency International UK shines the spotlight on politically exposed persons (PEPs) owning land and property in London, with a focus on companies registered in secrecy jurisdictions.
The revision of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) represents a fundamental change for financial markets across a multitude of areas, requiring not only major implementation effort, but also a re-assessment of business models.