This report by Fabrice Demarigny, Global Head of Capital Markets Activities of MAZARS Group, gives recommendation on establishing a proportionate regulatory and financial environ
The financial crisis has had a severe impact on European financial markets.
Since 2003, the EU and the US have conducted a vibrant regulatory dialogue on financial regulation, but domestic priorities seem to have taken precedence in response to the finan
Over the last decade the securities industry revolutionized. Technological and market innovations urged regulators to respond by updating the rules on securities trading.
This is not the first international banking crisis the world has seen.
The global financial crisis has put an end to the cosy environment in which the financial industry had operated up to now.
The financial crisis has sharpened the debate on Europe’s back office architecture.
Short selling is a technique that allows profiting from falling stock prices. In the autumn of 2008 several countries implemented a partial or complete ban on short selling.
During the decade preceding the eruption of the financial crisis in August 2007, rating agencies and market participants, gripped by euphoria, systematically underestimated the r
Credit ratings are a quasi-public good, and investors and financial markets regulators need an independent assessment of the credit-worthiness of an issuing entity because of inf
ECMI Chief Officer Karel Lannoo looks at the large differences that remain in the risk management of European banks and in the way bank regulation is implemented.
The Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) is nothing short of a revolution.
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