Banks, investment firms, CSDs and CCPs started reporting securities financing transactions to approved trade repositories on Monday.
From 1 January 2021, large and listed Danish companies will disclose information about their data ethics policy, AI tools and algorithms in annual reports.
The UK has designated 25 Russians, 20 Saudi Arabians, two Myanmar generals, and two North Korean organisations. Their UK assets will be frozen.
By end-2021, financial firms will have to be able to demonstrate that their approaches to managing climate-related financial risk have been implemented and embedded in their organisations.
Singapore's competition regulator has concerns about whether Refinitiv’s widely used WM/Reuters FX benchmarks would be offered to rival providers at fair and reasonable terms.
The unified payment solution for consumers and merchants across Europe will encompass a payment card, digital wallet, and online and P2P payments.
Criminal groups deposited millions of euros cash into accounts at ICBC Spain using split payments, in-house accounts and false identity documents to evade detection.
The majority of third-country benchmarks pose no systemic risk but could nevertheless be barred from use in the EU due to a costly and burdensome third-country benchmark regime.
Wirecard has filed for insolvency amid multiple probes. BaFin faces scrutiny for mishandling clear red flags. EY faces lawsuits for failing to catch the improprieties earlier.
Legislative amendments will empower the FCA to prohibit or limit the use of LIBOR, or to direct a change in its methodology, to address the issue of 'tough legacy' contracts.