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  • HoC Work & Pensions Committee: Pension costs and transparency

    05/08/2019
    The Committee's report calls for funds to be obliged to disclose costs in a uniform template; reiterates its call for a... 0.75% charge cap on FCA decumulation pathways and raises concerns over FCA's work with regard to tackling scams. It also considers the establishment of a Pensions Dashboard.
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  • EBA: Basel III reforms

    05/08/2019
    Further to an EC call for advice, EBA has published its advice on the implementation of Basel III in the EU.... It includes a quantitative analysis of the estimated impact based on data from 189 banks and a set of policy recommendations.
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  • FCA: SMCR banking stocktake report

    05/08/2019
    FCA's webpage sets out the findings of its review of the embedding of SMCR in the banking sector. It covers:... embedding issues; senior manager accountability; certification; regulatory references; conduct rules and the impact on culture. FCA's findings suggest that firms have not always sufficiently tailored their conduct rules training to job roles, that there was insufficient evidence to be confident that firms have clearly mapped the conduct rules to their values and many firms were often unable to explain what a conduct breach looked like in the context of their business. FCA states that it will increase its supervisory focus on the conduct rules.
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  • TSC: The work of the FCA: the perimeter of regulation

    02/08/2019
    TSC's report states that the informal system for FCA requesting changes to the regulatory perimeter from HMT is insufficient and that... the current system has created a grey area between regulated and non-regulated activities which has been exploited. TSC suggests that FCA should obtain formal powers to recommend changes to perimeter of regulation to HMT with all recommendations publicly disclosed, adding that the regulator's current inability to gather information on the risks to consumers both at and beyond the perimeter means that it will always be reactive. It further recommends that HMT undertake research to determine whether FCA should gather data from non-regulated entities and if HMT does not implement the recommended changes it should report annually on the work it will do to monitor the perimeter of regulation.
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  • ECB: Mergers and acquisitions

    02/08/2019
    ECB has published the text of a letter to a German MP setting out details of its supervisory involvement in mergers... and acquisitions involving credit institutions.
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  • ESMA: Bond liquidity data

    02/08/2019
    ESMA has made available new bond liquidity data in respect of MiFID/MiFIR requirements.
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  • BoE: Three triggers? Negative equity, income shocks and institutions as determinants of mortgage default

    02/08/2019
    This BoE staff working paper considers the determinants of mortgage default across five European countries.
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  • BoE: RTGS and CHAPS Annual Report

    02/08/2019
    BoE has published its first combined annual report for RTGS and CHAPS, covering the period from November 2017 (when BoE took... on responsibility for CHAPS) to the end of February 2019. It sets out BoE's strategy for RTGS and CHAPS both over this period and for the year ahead.
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  • ESMA: Systematic internaliser calculations

    02/08/2019
    ESMA has published data for the systematic internaliser calculations for equity, equity-like instruments and bonds under MiFID/MiFIR.
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  • BoE: Fees regime for the supervision of financial market infrastructure

    01/08/2019
    This PS sets out feedback to responses to its CP "Fees regime for financial market infrastructure supervision 2019/20 and other related... policy changes". It sets out details of the fee regime (including the confirmation of a change to the fee regime for certain CCP and CSD authorisation applications). No changes were made to the proposals in the CP.
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