FS weekly highlights—9 January 2020

FS weekly highlights—9 January 2020

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
Enforcement and redress
Markets and trading
Regulation of capital markets and Capital Markets Union
Regulation of derivatives
Securities financing transactions
Banks and mutuals
Consumer credit, mortgage and home finance
Regulation of insurance
Regulation of personal pension and stakeholder products
Payment services and systems
Islamic finance
Dates for your diary


Brexit news


ECB vice-president on the EU and UK’s regulatory future

The European Central Bank (ECB) published a speech by its vice-president, Luis de Guindos, on ‘Forging a new future between the UK and the EU’, in which he said the EU would have to further develop its domestic capacity in capital market activities, so as to avoid a Brexit-induced increase in financial fragmentation, while at the same time ensuring that the UK and EU Member States ‘do not engage in a race to the bottom on regulation’.

Source: Europe’s role in the global financial system.

Brexit uncertainty eases in city following UK election

Law360, London: Business uncertainty over Brexit fell following Boris Johnson’s win at the polls in December, a survey by the Bank

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Prior to joining LexisNexis in 2016 as a paralegal, Lauren was an adjudicator at the Financial Ombudsman Service. There she resolved consumers’ complaints, and gained knowledge about a wide variety of financial products. Before this she studied Law at Nottingham Trent University.