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FCA proposes clampdown on retail binary options and contracts for difference 07/12/2018

Fintech and financial stability to drive future regulation, KPMG expert says 30/11/2018

FCA publishes EU Withdrawal Impact Assessment 30/11/2018

Police raid Deutsche Bank headquarters in money laundering investigation 29/11/2018

PIMFA 'deeply concerned' over £69m FCSC levy 29/11/2018

Swiss Federal Council increases capital requirements for systemically important domestic banks 26/11/2018

FCA issues warning over unauthorised wealth manager 15/11/2018

UK advice association determined not to lose voice in Europe 08/11/2018

Is cost disclosure the most alarming element of MiFID II? 08/11/2018
Just when wealth managers thought that they could draw a sigh of relief, knowing that their MiFID II obligations were, if not a thing of the past, at least a part of business as usual, a sense of foreboding is once again creeping into the collective consciousness of wealth management firms. The European Union's consumer protection regulation has radically changed the way costs and charges are presented for funds and this may well prove to be the most alarming element of the entire MiFID manifesto. January 2019 is the month set for the first annual report for ex-post costs and charges disclosure, covering trades occurring in 2018.

FCA issues 'Dear CEO' letter to SIPP operators 30/10/2018

 
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