LONDON Britain's regulator for the world's biggest off-exchange derivatives market could improve the way it monitors trades to spot potential risks, the European Union's markets watchdog said on Thursday.
LONDON Britain's financial services industry, the country's biggest tax earner, risks being cut adrift from its main export market - the European Union - after Brexit.
LONDON The growing tally of UK-based banks, insurers and asset managers opening hubs in the European Union means that a post-Brexit trade deal in financial services may be of limited importance to either side, the New Financial think tank said on Wednesday.
LONDON Britain will wait until early next year before implementing root-and-branch reform of auditing, a government minister said on Tuesday, dismissing claims of "drift".
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LONDON Britain's vast financial services industry will lose more jobs to Europe over the coming years because of Brexit, the City of London's policy chief told Reuters, warning people not to be duped by the low number of job moves to the continent so far.
LONDON Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday that currency dealers should face the same tough market-abuse rules that govern share and bond trading, adding to scrutiny of London's $5 trillion-a-day foreign-exchange market.
LONDON Britain's markets watchdog has proposed banning auto dealers and brokers from receiving commission linked to interest rates on loans used to finance car purchases, a step it said would save consumers 165 million pounds ($208.4 million) annually.