The end of business as usual for the City of London could deal a blow to the U.K’s services-dependent economy, and to the continent, potentially increasing the cost of capital and fragmenting capital markets.
Banks, asset managers and trading platforms have long argued that the transparency requirements in MiFID II are ill-suited to a market dominated by securities that investors typically buy and hold to maturity.
Malaysia’s ringgit and China’s yuan are emerging as Asia’s most-promising currencies for fund managers as they look for the best place to put their money in the new year.
Key challenges for the $3.6 trillion municipal bond market continue to be related to pensions and the ever-growing slice of spending consumed by retirement and health care.
The long arm of the regulations stretches well past financial institutions and directly into the backyards of family offices.
2017 is set to go down as the year when easy monetary policy and budding global growth came together to deliver blockbuster returns for the world’s emerging markets.
International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 9 gives organizations a unique opportunity to align risk and accounting functions.
Are investors in exchange-traded funds done with corporate bonds?
Despite suffering its worst week since May last week, the outlook for gold could be stronger now than it has been for several months.
The “traffic lights” scorecard combines market, policy, and economic indicators to track changing conditions to help make sense of China's market developments in November.