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  • SEC Charges Engine Manufacturing Company Executives With Accounting Fraud

    Date 19/07/2019

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the former chief executive officer of a Chicago-area engine manufacturing company and two former senior sales executives for their roles in an accounting fraud that allegedly overstated the publicly-traded company’s revenues by almost $25 million.

  • EBA Publishes Report On Regulatory Perimeter, Regulatory Status And Authorisation Approaches In Relation To FinTech Activities

    Date 19/07/2019

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today the findings of its analysis on the regulatory framework applicable to FinTech firms when accessing the market. The Report illustrates the developments on the regulatory perimeter across the EU, the regulatory status of FinTech firms, and the approaches followed by competent authorities when granting authorisation for banking and payment services.

  • R3 Announces Cathy Minter As New Chief Revenue Officer

    Date 19/07/2019

    R3, the enterprise blockchain software firm, has today announced the appointment of Cathy Minter as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Her appointment comes as R3 continues to drive forward new revenue opportunities beyond its financial services origins.

  • CFTC: Federal Court Orders Defendant To Pay More Than $2.9 Million In Connection With A Social Media-Based Forex Fraud Scheme

    Date 19/07/2019

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today announced that U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas entered judgment against defendant Kelvin Ramirez of Houston, Texas in a CFTC enforcement action that found that he had fraudulently solicited and misappropriated funds from clients in a forex trading scheme.

  • FESE: European Capital Markets Fact Sheet Q2 2019

    Date 19/07/2019

    Overview

    • European capital markets had a mixed second quarter in 2019. Major indices continued its Q1 growth trajectory. 
    • The FESE Index increased moderately both quarter on quarter (qoq) and year on year (yoy), equity turnover had a divergent trajectory as it declined yoy. 
    • More positively, new company listings and equity investment flows experienced strong quarterly increases after a weak first quarter. 
    • Good news for SME markets, they grew in both listings and market capitalisation. 
    • Q2 2019 was a negative quarter for options and futures, bond options and futures suffered a stark year-on-year decline in notional turnover. 
    • It was a very positive quarter for bonds and UCITS, as they soared yoy in turnover.

  • Malawi Stock Exchange Weekly Summary Report - 19 July 2019

    Date 19/07/2019

    Click here to download Malawi Stock Exchange's weekly summary report.

  • FSB Adjusts Implementation Timelines For Its Policy Recommendations To Address Financial Stability Risks In Securities Financing Transactions

    Date 19/07/2019

    The Financial Stability Board (FSB) today announced adjustments to the implementation timelines for its recommendations on securities financing transactions (SFTs), specifically those related to minimum haircut standards for non-centrally cleared SFTs.

  • Refinitiv: Weekly Investment Banking Scorecard - 19th July

    Date 19/07/2019

    The Investment Banking Scorecard from Refinitiv gives you the ‘Fast Facts’ of the week in Investment Banking, as well as a closer look at trends in deal making, with league table movements and regional activity in M&A, capital markets and syndicated loans also included.  Please see attached for the matrix of year-to-date IB activity with breakdowns by asset class/region/sector, league tables and top deals. 

  • MLP Uses New Risk Engine From Aixigo

    Date 19/07/2019

    The Aachen-based international software provider for digital financial wealth Management and advisory solutions aixigo and MLP Banking AG have developed a comprehensive digitally supported portfolio assessment and optimisation. The "VEM-Guide" of MLP Banking AG - VEM stands for wealth management - is an essential advisory support in the planning and implementation of investment portfolios. The software solution provides customers with even more transparency about their own asset structure and regular cash flows. Customer requirements regarding liquidity, risk and expected return can be modelled and implemented even more easily. A possible portfolio can be created in just a few clicks on the basis of the advice - together with the associated documentation and the option of digital customer signature.

  • TriOptima Announces Completion Of First Cleared Inflation Swap Compression Run In LCH SwapClear

    Date 19/07/2019

    TriOptima, a leading infrastructure service that lowers costs and mitigates risk in OTC derivatives markets, today announced that it has completed the first cleared inflation swap compression run at LCH SwapClear.