FCA reminds financial firms of their responsibilities after Brexit
With the UK having pulled out of the EU on New Year's Eve, the nation's financial regulator has reminded companies about the new red tape they must navigate.
ESMA fines Moody’s €3.7m for failing to disclose conflicts of interests
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) fined credit ratings firm Moody’s €3.7m for breaching rules including the failure to disclose conflicts of interests.
FinTech community welcomes UK FinTech review but fear more must be done
The UK FinTech community has welcomed Ron Kalifa's review, but stakeholders argue the government must do more to take the sector seriously and protect the nation's position as an industry leader.
FCA censures Premier FX for breaking payment services rules
A City watchdog has publicly censured collapsed payments company Premier FX for failing to safeguard its customers’ money and for misuse of its payment accounts under the Payments Services Regulations.
MAS eases concerns about transactions from Myanmar
Singapore's top financial watchdog has responded to concerns following the military coup in Myanmar.
How the FCA expects financial services to protect vulnerable consumers
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its final guidance of its expectations of firms should fairly treat vulnerable customers.
Nearly half of banks could soon be digital new survey finds
Almost half of the banking executives around the world are looking to digitalise their businesses, according Temenos' new research.
SEC announces almost $3m award to two whistleblowers
The Securities and Exchange Commission has awarded two separate whistleblowers a total of almost $3m.
FCA launches insider trading case against former Goldman Sachs employee
The UK's financial markets watchdog has commenced criminal proceedings against a former Goldman Sachs analyst and his brother, accusing them of insider trading.
FCA gives disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford stark warning after he hinted of a...
The UK's top financial markets watchdog has warned disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford that his announced comeback is reliant on him passing a character assessment.