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Traders note FCA ‘rebundling’ exposes misunderstanding of bond market

The UK market regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has released a consultation paper (CP) on existing MiFID II rules, which includes a proposed...

Market data costs in spotlight under new FCA review

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a call for input (CFI) to better understand how data and advanced analytics are being accessed...

FCA “utterly useless” engaging with EU over Brexit

By Chris Hall. Veteran city commentator Anthony Hilton delivered a harsh verdict on the UK financial regulators’ efforts to support Britain’s finance industry ahead of...

FCA says HFT firms exacerbate and profit from flash crashes

A paper published by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has said that high-frequency trading (HFT) firms and agency traders exacerbate flash crashes in the...

FCA fines former BAML bond trader for spoofing

By Flora McFarlane. The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined a former Bank of America Merrill Lynch bond trader £60,090 for engaging in market...

FCA warns on permissions needed for MiFID II

By Sobia Hamid. Firms who need to change their regulatory permissions as a result of MiFID II, in effect from 3 January 2018, are advised...

Asset managers ‘not investment firms’ under MiFID II?

By Flora McFarlane & Dan Barnes. Several European investment managers have reportedly claimed that they will not be classified as investment firms under the revised...