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SEC's CDS proposals could impede market rather than help it: Barclays1 year ago
New rules proposed by the US Securities & Exchange Commissions to tighten oversight of the CDS market could mean big changes for the market and have the effect of sapping activity, warn Barclays credit strategists in a note published on Thursday
SEC warns private fund investors about misleading fund disclosure and due diligence failures1 year ago
The US Secuties & Exchange Commission published a risk alert on Friday detailing a range of compliance issues it has observed in examining registered private fund advisers
Fund managers brace for EU’s new sustainability regulations2 years ago
European fund managers were faced with new environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) regulations in March, which enhance disclosure requirements around sustainability
New valuation rules to 'severely limit' fixed income cross trades2 years ago
Law firm Practus believes that new SEC rules will limit a fund’s ability to cross-trade fixed income investments after the regulator adopted fund valuation rules in December
US election result is 'benign outcome for financial markets', says Nuveen2 years ago
This week's election in the US is a 'benign outcome for financial markets' even as the final result of the presidential election remains unknown, according to a new report from Nuveen's global investment committee
Dislocation and costly payment debacle highlight loan tech lag2 years ago
Coronavirus-led dislocation in the leveraged loan market, as well as a bank’s recent claims of human error in making a large loan payment, underscore the industry’s need to embrace long-overdue efficiency improvements
Anti-CDS tactics enter European bond market as high yield pipeline builds3 years ago
‘Anti-net short’, or ‘anti-CDS’, provisions are set to enter the European corporate bond market for the first time, as Merlin Entertainments and Kantar wrap up roadshows for deals financing their acquisitions by private equity firms
Guidelines fail to assuage fears over loose reporting standards3 years ago
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute’s new hedge fund reporting guidelines come into play next year, but some say they fall short of a much-needed overhaul.
New EC fund rules could lead to ‘pre-pre-marketing’3 years ago
The European Commission has approved a standardised concept of ‘pre-marketing’ in a move that could see more capital flow through the European Economic Area. The new definition of pre-marketing is meant to provide clarity, but some sources say that the amendments could be seen as an additional burden and lead to a concept of pre-pre-marketing.
Behave yourselves: EBA policy advisor warns against misuse of securitisation rules4 years ago
The European securitisation market has come a long way over the last decade, and the message from one policy advisor is clear – don’t do anything to mess it up.
Market favours retrospective over forward-looking approach to Ibor benchmark fallbacks, says Isda4 years ago
New benchmark fallbacks for derivatives contracts that reference interbank offered rates are likely to be based on the “compounded setting in arrears rate” and the “historical mean/median approach to the spread adjustment”, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association has said
UK funds brace themselves against value-for-money ruling5 years ago
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its final set of fund governance rules that aim to strengthen the duty of authorised fund managers to their investors.
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