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Regulators might inadvertently push banks out of London

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 18, 2017

A push by the Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority and the European Central Bank for banks to submit worst-case Brexit contingency plans might cause banks to leave London sooner than planned, sources say. "Regulators are all gently upping the pressure on the boards and branch managements to start to execute on some of their plans," said PwC's Andrew Gray. Bloomberg (04/18)


FCA outlines plan for dealing with Brexit

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 19, 2017

House panel schedules hearing for Financial CHOICE Act

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 20, 2017

Former Fed chief Volcker defends namesake rule

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 20, 2017

Basel III won't be finished soon, German regulator says

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 17, 2017

US considers UK-style ring-fencing rules

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 18, 2017

SIMM coverage expanded

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 18, 2017

Carney warns about fragmentation of financial system

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 21, 2017

Banks face challenges on dual netting sets

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 19, 2017

Report: Blockchain a $5.43B market by 2023

ISDA dailyLead | Apr 21, 2017


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