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  • In the news this week

    09 Nov 2018

    US midterm elections are a go, China trials a programme on a registration-based IPO system for tech companies, and the UK contemplates the consequences of a no deal Brexit

  • INTERVIEW: Susan Revell, deputy chair & general counsel, EMEA at BNY Mellon

    31 Oct 2018

    BNY Mellon's Susan Revell addresses some of the key regulatory themes that have affected the EU this year

  • Market data debate rages on at the SEC

    26 Oct 2018

    The roundtable saw some fiery contestations between the SEC, US exchanges, broker-dealers and banks over a number of issues

  • In the news this week

    26 Oct 2018

    Instability reigns across global markets this week, as the Italian budget situation reaches worrying levels, US exchanges hit back at the SEC, and growth in China slows down

  • Possible roadblocks on MAR disclosure duties

    24 Oct 2018

    A survey by Hengeler Mueller has found that a majority of respondents reported an increase in the bureaucratic requirements associated with the EU regulation

  • In the news this week

    19 Oct 2018

    Both China and the US get to work on Sifis while the EU works to apply stress testing to funds

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