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ESMA calls for evidence on credit rating information availability

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has called for evidence on the availability and use of credit rating information and data.

Why Brexit will continue to be a big challenge for financial...

Despite being more than three years in the making, the UK’s divorce from the EU is still a cause of great uncertainty for financial services firms.

ESMA relaxes MiFID II communication monitoring enforcement due to coronavirus

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has relaxed video communication monitoring requirements under MiFID II during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

European Central Bank launches €759bn package to support coronavirus impact

The European Central Bank (ECB) is the latest European body to take measures to stop the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on the financial market.

ESMA takes more steps to curb impact of coronavirus

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued a temporary requirement on net short positions in traded shares as it seek additional measures to secure financial market in COVID-19 pandemic.

Will the UK remain a leading RegTech hotbed after Brexit?

The UK may have been the European RegTech leader for years, but the question is if this could change because of Brexit.

Nine out of ten Swedish FinTechs look to recruit new talent...

The Swedish FinTech ecosystem has ambition to become a global leader. However, companies in the region struggle to find the right staff.

Top EU regulator is thinking about making financial market rules simpler...

The EU’s Market in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) is a complicated piece of legislation, but it might soon become easier to comply to.

Penni.io said to bag €2m in funding from angels

Penni.io, which helps insurance providers sell policies online, has reportedly collected €2m from angel investors.

No, the ECB won’t change its monetary policies because of the...

A top European Central Bank (ECB) executive has shot down the idea that there is a need to take monetary policy actions because of the coronavirus.