25th May 2016
The U.S. derivatives regulator on Tuesday said it had adopted a final rule on margins for uncleared swaps that cross national boundaries, as it aims to shield the country from risks created when offshore deals go sour. Read More
25th May 2016
Main provider of cross-border bank payment messages criticises failure to pass on information Read More
25th May 2016
Russia sold $1.75 billion of Eurobonds, marking its return to international debt markets even as U.S. and European Union sanctions remain. Read More
25th May 2016
Russia has selected Intesa Sanpaolo SpA as its consultant for the planned sale of shares in the country’s biggest oil producer, Rosneft OJSC, which is under U.S. and European financial and technical sanctions. Read More
25th May 2016
China may open up its commodities futures markets to overseas and financial investors, the country's securities regulator said, as the world's top consumer of many raw materials seeks to play a larger role in setting global commodities prices. Read More
25th May 2016
On Wednesday, the Swiss financial regulator effectively ordered the liquidation of Lugano-based BSI private bank following “serious breaches of money laundering regulation”. This is by far the most radical action taken thus far by the authorities. Read More
25th May 2016
While Republicans have long claimed that the financial system in the United States have been severely overregulated since the crisis, a group of progressives who believe that Wall Street is not regulated enough has organized a coalition in hopes of getting stricter rules passed. Read More
25th May 2016
Post-financial crisis regulations have forced banks to become more diligent and aggressive against financial fraud, including money laundering. In response to new rules, financial institutions in the U.K. have heightened their practice of de-risking — that is, withdrawing bank accounts or other financial services from customers deemed to be high-risk. Read More
25th May 2016
New tide of investigations likely after impending change to law against unfair competition. Read More
25th May 2016
Azerbaijan's top court on Wednesday ordered the release of prominent investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova, who was jailed on corruption charges last year that triggered an international uproar, her lawyer said. Read More