FS weekly highlights—29 August 2019

FS weekly highlights—29 August 2019

In this issue


Brexit news
UK, EU and international regulators and bodies
Authorisation, approval and supervision
Prudential requirements
Financial stability, recovery and resolution
Financial crime
Conduct requirements
Consumer protection and claims management regulation
Enforcement and redress
Markets and trading
Regulation of capital markets and Capital Markets Union
Regulation of derivatives
Investment funds and asset management
Banks and mutuals
Consumer credit, mortgage and home finance
Regulation of insurance
Payment services and systems
Fintech and virtual currencies
Sustainable finance


Brexit news


UK fintechs are worried about Brexit’s impact

Founders of UK-based fintech companies see their country as a leading jurisdiction for the industry, but such pending uncertainties as Brexit lead to a hazier outlook for fintech companies, according to a survey from the Digital Finance Forum  published on 26 August 2019.

ECB interviews with Andrea Enria consider second financial crisis, Brexit and AML

The European Central Bank (ECB) published two interviews with the chair of its supervisory board, Andrea Enria. The first interview, held on 15 August, discusses Brexit, SMEs and post-crisis banking regulation.  The second interview , held

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About the author:
Pietra has completed the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of Law and was called to the Bar in 2019. Prior to the BPTC, Pietra undertook a law degree at the University of Bristol.