Russell Dinnage, managing consultant at GreySpark Partners, talks about how the structure of trading in the fixed income market could change over the next five-to-10 years. See More →
For those overseeing the orderly conduct of trading, the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) in mid-2016 introduced some significant challenges.
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), which was adopted into EU law in 2012 as a new piece of legislation governing OTC derivative trading and transparency across the bloc, is set for a series of updates by the end of 2017.
High-performance algorithmic trading is no longer the privilege of a few high-tech trading firms leveraging cutting-edge, specialised infrastructure.
This article is the fourth in a series of articles that will be published on GreySpark’s Capital Markets Intelligence Web site over the coming months.
The EU’s Revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is a fundamental piece of payments industry legislation adopted by European Parliament in January 2016.
This article is the third in a series of articles that will be published on GreySpark Partners’ Capital Markets Intelligence Web site over the coming months.
The implementation of new EU transaction reporting regulations in 2018 will alter the ways in which the front-office of buyside firms and investment banks interact with clients as well as put additional pressure on back-office systems.
Sellside FICC trading business models are targeted for reform under the Basel Committee’s Fundamental Review of the Trading Book proposals. This article explores how the long-standing businesses within banks are subject to change under the regulations and what the implications of these changes will be for the industry as a whole.
George Kao, Founding Partner speaks to Saoirse Kennedy, Senior Consultant of GreySpark Partners on the impact that the second iteration of the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) will have on the investment research marketplace and its competitive environment.
This opinion piece explores the reasons why GreySpark Partners believes that the forthcoming implementation of the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book regulations means that it is imperative that banks rethink their risk infrastructure and develop a plan for compliance.