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JFSC appoints two new Commissioners

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 14 Nov 2018

Jersey’s financial regulator has appointed as new Comissioners the former Financial Secretary to the UK treasury, Mark Hoban, and Monique O’Keefe, co-founder of an investment consultancy business.…

FCA bans rise 28% as conduct crack-down continues

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 12 Nov 2018

The Financial Conduct Authority has banned 23 so-called “bad apples” from working in the industry in the past 12 months, a 28% rise, says RPC, the City-headquartered…

AMP strikes defiant tone as tougher laws proposed

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 08 Nov 2018

Australia’s AMP said today that any new finance sector regulation would “distract” participants from acting ethically, striking a defiant tone after a year in which the troubled…

Industry responds to Isle of Man’s Conduct of Business Code launch

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Nov 2018

Key figures within the international financial services industry have reacted to the publication of the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority Conduct of Business (Long Term Business) Code that, among…

Isle of Man’s long-awaited Conduct of Business code is published

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Nov 2018

The full details of the long-awaited Isle of Man Financial Services Authority Conduct of Business (Long Term Business) Code that, among other factors, affects commission disclosure for…

India among 10 ‘most improved economies’: World Bank’s Doing Business report

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 02 Nov 2018

India has climbed 23 places from a year ago to rank 77 out of 190 countries in the World Bank’s latest annual report on the ease of…

Hong Kong issues new rules to regulate cryptocurrency

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 01 Nov 2018

Hong Kong’s financial watchdog unveiled this Thursday a comprehensive set of regulations for governing cryptocurrencies with an aim of making the city a major trading centre for…

UAE passes law to combat money laundering

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 31 Oct 2018

The United Arab Emirates has passed a law to combat money laundering and terrorism financing as the country aligns itself with the international rules on combating illicit…

UK Budget sees extra £500m set aside to prepare for no-deal Brexit

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 29 Oct 2018

Britain’s Chancellor Philip Hammond touted the possibility of a “double deal dividend” on Brexit during his final budget before the UK leaves the EU in March next…

Correction in global markets ‘overdue,’ says Momentum

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 29 Oct 2018

The current volatility in global equity markets does not signal the end of the remarkable decade-long bull market run, according to Momentum’s investment director Glyn Owen. Owen…

Jersey puts forth economic substance legislation

By: Pedro Gonçalves | 26 Oct 2018

Jersey has tabled new laws to address the EU’s concerns over ‘economic substance’, the degree of real business activity carried out by companies registered in the Island.…

Guernsey agribusiness fund becomes world’s first ‘regulated green fund’

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 24 Oct 2018

The world’s first regulated green fund has been registered in Guernsey as a Guernsey-domiciled agribusiness fund, the island’s regulator has confirmed. The Cibus Fund, which launched last…

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