Latest articles from Justin Pugsley

Radical regulatory reforms not open to UK

April 12, 2021

Just how radical can the UK be in terms of re-writing its post-Brexit financial regulatory framework? Not much, it appears. 

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EU and UK agree ‘bare bones’ MoU on financial regulatory co-operation

April 9, 2021

UK had hoped for a more binding deal, but EU does not want to compromise control of its internal market.

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Some banks 'struggling to meet Basel III deadlines’

March 24, 2021

Over a quarter of institutions reporting delays or assuming later deadline, according to survey.

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Hong Kong SFC clamps down on market manipulation schemes

March 23, 2021

Fifteen brokers have been ordered to freeze client accounts linked to a suspected social media ramp-and-dump scam.


BPI calls on Fed to extend leverage ratio exclusions

March 18, 2021

Ratio applied to eight G-SIBs needs to be recalibrated, says the Bank Policy Institute.


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Banks’ cloud push ‘hindered by fragmented global regulations’

March 17, 2021

Consistent regulatory approach to use of cloud by financial firms required, argues ASIFMA.

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Review proposes radical shake-up of UK’s listing regime

March 15, 2021

Lord Hill listing review aims to boost London's competitiveness in the post-Brexit era.

Lael Brainard

Fed governor calls for lessons to be learned from Covid shock

March 15, 2021

Covid turmoil underscores need to ensure financial sector can withstand a range of shocks, says Lael Brainard.

Greensill failure highlights shadow banking risks

March 11, 2021

From a distant corner of the financial system comes another failure, hot on the heels of Wirecard’s collapse. The latest saga involves Greensill Capital, which also slipped through the regulatory net. 

City of London pivots towards new opportunities

February 28, 2021

New opportunities may beckon for the City of London as the UK looks at tweaking its regulatory regime.

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