A few of the Vox FP team attended the SRP Americas Conference in Chicago last week to discuss the Structured Products market, with practitioners from issuers, distributors, and regulators. Here are our top
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The US Eases Post-Crash Restrictions on Banks, Rolling Back Dodd-Frank Regulation – But Will Deregulation Continue?
The Fed is currently soliciting input on a proposal to limit the scope of regulations in the Dodd-Frank Act, specifically as they apply to foreign banks. This is the latest in a set
Banks are staring down the pipeline at several enormous regulatory changes through 2021 including the LIBOR transition. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) recently urged CEOs of financial institutions to understand the
Vox Financial Partners COO, Danielle Gorman and Talent Acquisition Manager, Joe Foley participated in a networking event hosted by the Consulate of Ireland in New York this week. During the event they met
Between Dodd-Frank, MiFID, Initial Margin and EMIR, the pace of regulatory-driven change imposed on Wall Street since the 2008 financial crisis has been unrelenting. But regulatory mandates do not always have to be a burden. With a jiu-jitsu mindset, banks can use these events to enable transformative change across the enterprise.
In December 2018, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) conducted a market review, which indicated that despite many asset managers having a sound understanding of their responsibilities under the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), a
It has become a cliché when describing what it’s like to work for a given company to say that no two days are the same, so instead of repeating that I will do