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  • BoE: Speech by Alex Brazier: Protecting economic muscle: finance and the Covid crisis

    23/07/2020
    Alex Brazier, Executive Director for Financial Stability Strategy and Risk at the Bank of England, discusses the UK’s corporate sector financing... needs as it faces up to Covid-19, analysing how their cash flows could evolve in the coming months and how they could finance their cash-flow deficit. The BoE has published the transcript and the slides from this speech.
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  • HoC Library: The "Internal Market" and the Union

    23/07/2020
    The House of Commons library published this insight on government proposed legislation on the UK's internal market after Brexit.
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  • IBFed/Olivier Wyman Report: Big Banks, Bigger Techs? How policy-makers could respond to a probable discontinuity

    23/07/2020
    The International Banking Federation (IBFed) and Oliver Wyman published their joint report titled “Big Banks, Bigger Techs How policy-makers could respond... to a probable discontinuity”. The report shows how authorities worldwide face the difficult challenge of ensuring that regulation and supervision protects consumers and systemic stability while capturing the benefits of innovation and competition. IBFed and Oliver Wyman asked a broad range of industry participants and policymakers across most major markets about their current views and what they viewed as challenges for the future. The markets included the UK, the EU, the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, South Korea and South Africa.
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  • FSB: Stocktake considers climate risks and financial stability

    22/07/2020
    The Financial Stability Board (FSB) today published a stocktake of financial authorities’ experience in including climate-related risks in financial stability monitoring.... It draws on information provided by FSB member national authorities, international bodies and a workshop with the private sector.
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  • ISDA: Memoranda: Brexit FAQs

    21/07/2020
    These FAQs address the possible UK position post-Brexit, i.e. after the conclusion of the exit process under Article 50 of the... Lisbon Treaty. The exit negotiations, and the position in respect of cross-border financial services, are still evolving and will depend upon the final relationship negotiated between the UK and the European Union
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  • UK-Singapore 5th Financial Dialogue: joint communiqué

    20/07/2020
    The 5th UK-Singapore Financial Dialogue, held virtually, was attended by senior officials from HM Treasury, Bank of England, Financial Conduct Authority... and Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Discussions focused on responses to Covid-19, Green Finance and the future UK-Singapore relationship, building upon previous dialogues.
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  • House of Lords EU Services Sub-Committee: Letter to John Glen, Economic Secretary to the Treasury: Financial services after Brexit

    20/07/2020
    The EU Services Sub-Committee has written to the City Minister John Glen MP about UK-EU equivalence decisions, future UK-EU regulatory cooperation... and the Government’s plans for financial services, particularly the role for Parliament in the future regulatory framework. The letter asks important questions such as: When should the Government’s own equivalence decisions be expected? Will these only be published alongside the EU’s decisions? How would the voluntary framework mooted by Michel Barnier differ from the structured dialogue being proposed by the Government? How will the Government ensure sufficient parliamentary scrutiny of the UK’s future regulatory framework?
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  • European Parliament: Draft report amendments 1-365

    20/07/2020
    The European Parliament today published Draft report amendments 1-365: Digital Finance: emerging risks in crypto-assets - regulatory and supervisory challenges in... the area of financial services, institutions and markets(2020/2034(INL)) ((PE650.539v01-00)) (dated 8 July 2020)
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  • Council of the EU: Capital markets union: Council adopts new rules for crowdfunding platforms

    20/07/2020
    The Council today adopted new rules to improve the way crowdfunding platforms operate across the EU. The new framework is part... of the capital markets union's project which aims at providing an easier access to new financing sources. It will remove barriers for crowdfunding platforms to provide their services cross-border by harmonising the minimum requirements when operating in their home market and other EU countries. It will also increase legal certainty through common investor protection rules.
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  • HMT: Fintech strategic review: Terms of Reference

    20/07/2020
    A review into the UK’s financial technology industry has been launched today to identify opportunities to support further growth in the... sector, The Economic Secretary to the Treasury, John Glen, has announced.
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