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EC proposes regulatory changes to safeguard financial stability
The European Commission has proposed changes to the Central Securities Depositories Regulation to boost efficiency of the EU’s settlement markets and protect financial stability.
Fenergo acquired by European private equity firms in $600m deal
Irish RegTech firm Fenergo has been successfully acquired by private equity firms Astrong and Bridgepoint in a $600m agreement.
The European Commission makes four proposals to revamp AML and CFT...
The European Commission has announced the creation of a new EU authority to fight money laundering, as part of a series of proposals to combat rising fraud threats.
EU unveils plans for cyber unit to tackle large scale attacks
The European Commission (EC) has launched its strategy to build a Joint Cyber Unit to tackle large scale cyberattacks, according to the BBC.
EU slaps £319m fine on UBS, Nomura and UniCredit for bond...
The EU’s antitrust office has fined UBS Group, Nomura Holdings and UniCredit £319m for participating in a European Government Bonds (EGB) trading cartel.
The European Commission proposes new regulation for digital payments and cryptos
The European Commission has adopted a new Digital Finance Package, which aims to improve the competitiveness and innovation of the financial sector.
The European Commission is investigating Visa on how it treats FinTech...
Visa is being investigated by the European Commission in regards to how it treats FinTech companies in its network.
The European Commission refers Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands to Court...
The European Commission has referred Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to wholly implement the fourth anti-money laundering directive (AMLD4) into national law.
ESMA welcomes the European Commission’s proposed new finance strategy for the...
The EU’s securities markets regulator has responded optimistically to the European Commission’s consultation on a new digital finance strategy for the European Union.
European Commission warns eight countries on AML failures
The European Commission has issued legal warnings to eight EU countries which have failed to meet the new anti-money laundering (AML) laws.