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European Banking Authority launches crackdown on bankers' bonuses 16/10/2014
The European Banking Authority (EBA) yesterday (15/10/2014) published the findings of its investigation into discretionary remuneration practices across the EU banking sector. It showed that competent authorities across the 28 EU Member States have reported that 39 institutions use ‘role-based' or ‘market value' allowances on top of fixed remuneration.

FCA cracks down on misleading financial marketing 14/10/2014
The Financial Conduct Authority is intervening much more frequently against firms that flout its rules on misleading financial promotions.

Arbuthnot Latham argues for benefits of EU 07/05/2014
The EU has contributed significantly in making London a global financial centre but it also represents a challenge according to Arbuthnot Latham adviser Ruth Lea.

UK-based ETFs exempt from stamp duty, says Chancellor of the Exchequer in Autumn Statement 05/12/2013
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) based in the UK are to become exempt from stamp duty, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has announced in the Autumn Statement.

UBS and Credit Suisse seek greater EU influence with joint initiative 28/11/2013
Credit Suisse and UBS are to enter into a collaboration "to engage in dialogue around policy developments in finance at a European and international level".

Swiss regulator recognises trade body's collective investment guidelines as a minimum standard 15/11/2013
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA have recognised Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) guidelines as a minimum standard. The new guidelines define the form and content of the protocol which licence holders must provide as of 1 January 2014.

FINMA makes changes to implement Basel III regime 30/10/2013
The Swiss Financial Regulator FINMA has made changes to four of its circulars in order to implement the Basel III regime, which effectively triples the size of the capital reserves that the world’s banks must hold against losses, in one of the most important reforms to emerge from the financial crisis.

Upcoming US events to have ‘little long term bearing' on UK investors – Towry 16/10/2013
The arguments about the US budget (they have only had one official budget pass through the Senate in 4.5 years), and the subsequent US government shutdown have little longer term bearing on us as investors, claims Andrew Wilson, head of investment at Towry.

Demand for fee-based financial advice unaffected by RDR 09/10/2013
Despite fears that consumers would be unwilling to pay for financial advice post-RDR, AXA’s latest Big Money Index has found that one in four consumers are willing to pay for financial advice, the same number as pre-RDR.

No exodus from Cyprus despite unresolved claims 02/10/2013
Despite Cyprus account holders being left in legal limbo there has been no exodus of wealth from the island, according to litigation expert Eleni Polycarpou.

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