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  • ICAEW And CISI Launch Diploma In Corporate Finance In Cyprus

    Date 24/07/2014

    ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales) and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) have launched a diploma in Corporate Finance. The only specialist diploma of its kind, the qualification will be delivered by the Cyprus International Institute of Management and is aimed at establishing and maintaining the highest standards of professional skill and care in all corporate finance transactions. 

  • EDHEC-Risk Institute Study Shows Room To Improve Investment Solutions In The Australian Super System

    Date 24/07/2014

    Latest research argues that the Australian superannuation industry could be further strengthened by the development of an industry-led reporting standard and certification scheme.

  • LME And Colt Collaborate To Launch LMEnet

    Date 24/07/2014

    The London Metal Exchange (LME) is working with Colt Technology Services to launch LMEnet, a dedicated network that will provide market participants a fast, reliable and secure connection to the Exchange’s electronic systems, including LME Clear. 

  • New BCBS Intraday Liquidity Reporting Tools Present Data Challenges For The Banking Community - New SWIFT Whitepaper Suggests Banks Should Act Without Delay To Embrace A Pragmatic Approach To Intraday Liquidity Management

    Date 24/07/2014

    SWIFT announces the availability of a new whitepaper on the challenges of managing intraday liquidity reporting against the backdrop of evolving regulatory requirements. The paper, entitledIntraday Liquidity Reporting – The case for a pragmatic approach, focuses on a set of quantitative monitoring tools published by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) in collaboration with the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems in April 2013. The monitoring tools mandated by the BCBS require banks to assemble the necessary data to ensure effective monitoring of banks’ intraday liquidity risk, and their ability to meet payment and settlement obligations on a timely basis in normal and stressed conditions. The BCBS would like banks to start using the monitoring tools for reporting in January 2015, with full implementation by January 2017. Actual implementation depends upon the regulatory mandate at the national level. 

  • FIX Trading Community Supports FX Market Efficiency With TESI Extension

    Date 24/07/2014

    FIX Trading Community, the non-profit, industry-driven standards body at the heart of global financial trading, today announced that they have extended the Trading Enablement Standard Initiative (TESI) to include Foreign Exchange (FX) client enablement. TESI uses FIX protocols to achieve more efficient and standardised communication for trading enablements.

  • ASX Lowers Fees For Interest Rate Futures Clearing Participants

    Date 24/07/2014

    From 1 October 2014, ASX will lower fees and increase growth incentives for clearing participants in its interest rate futures and over-the-counter (OTC) clearing business. This will be achieved by implementing a new fee schedule for interest rate futures and by providing volume discounts for OTC clearing. 

  • Statement Of Commissioner Kara M. Stein - SEC Commissioner Kara M. Stein, Washington, D.C., July 23, 2014

    Date 23/07/2014

    I want to thank the staff for your thoughtful engagement with my office and all of the hard work that went into these recommendations.  These rules are better for your great work, and your tireless efforts to reach the best policy outcome are commendable.

  • SEC Approves FINRA Rule To Prohibit Conditioning Settlements On Expungement

    Date 23/07/2014

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) today announced that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved a new rule prohibiting firms and registered representatives from conditioning settlement of a customer dispute on—or otherwise compensating a customer for—the customer's agreement to consent to, or not to oppose, the firm's or representative's request to expunge such information from the Central Registration Depository (CRD™) system.

  • Strengthening Money Market Funds To Reduce Systemic Risk - SEC Commissioner Luis A. Aguilar Washington, D.C., July 23, 2014

    Date 23/07/2014

    Today, the Commission considers adopting long-considered reforms to the rules governing money market funds.  I commend the hard work of the staff, particularly the Division of Investment Management and the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (“DERA”), who worked tirelessly to present these thoughtful and deliberate amendments.  It is well known that the journey to arrive at the amendments considered today was a difficult one, and I can confidently say that this has been, at times, perhaps one of the most flawed and controversial rulemaking processes the Commission has undertaken. 

  • SIFMA Statement On SEC Money Market Fund Reform

    Date 23/07/2014

    SIFMA today issued the following statement from Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr., SIFMA president and CEO, after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a final rule to reform money market funds:

    "Money market funds play a vital role in capital formation and credit availability by providing retail and institutional investors with an attractive option for cash investing and enabling businesses to access the short-term funding they need to carry out their daily operations, pay employees and spur economic growth. SIFMA commends Chair White's leadership in navigating the rule to completion and acknowledges the balanced, inclusive and transparent approach taken by the SEC in developing this regulation. Today's final rule will provide the marketplace with a degree of certainty regarding the future of these funds."