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  • Associations Call On The Financial Stability Board To Ensure Reforms Promote Open Markets

    Date 26/06/2009

    The Australian Financial Markets Association, the Investment Industry Association of Canada, the Japan Securities Dealers Association, the London Investment Banking Association, and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (the “Associations”) released a statement today in advance of the inaugural meeting of the Financial Stability Board (“FSB”): “We welcome the establishment of the Financial Stability Board, strongly support its objectives, and look forward to the

  • UK’s Financial Services Authority: UK Short Selling Disclosure Regime Extended

    Date 26/06/2009

    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today extended, without a time limit, the current disclosure regime for significant net short positions in the stocks of UK financial sector companies due to expire on 30 June.

  • Malawi Stock Exchange Weekly Report

    Date 26/06/2009

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

  • Pierre Francotte To Stand Down As Euroclear Chief Executive Officer

    Date 26/06/2009

    The Board wishes to announce today that Pierre Francotte has decided to stand down as Chief Executive Officer of Euroclear SA/NV in early 2010, after ten years as Chief Executive of Euroclear.

  • CESR Updates The List Of Measures Recently Taken By Members Regarding Short-Selling

    Date 26/06/2009

    CESR published on 22 September 2008 a statement that facilitates an overview of actions taken by CESR Members in relation to short-selling. The statement paper includes either the statements or links to the statements published by CESR Members explaining the measures taken. This paper is not a comparison of the measures taken.

  • HKFE Announces Revised Margins For Futures Contracts

    Date 26/06/2009

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), has announced that with effect from the commencement of trading on Thursday, 2 July 2009, the minimum margins to be collected by an Exchange Participant from its clients in respect of their dealings in the following futures contracts will be as outlined in the table below.  The adjustments are based on the clearing company's normal procedures and standard margini

  • UK’s Financial Services Authority Bans Director For Inadequate Supervision Of His Firm

    Date 26/06/2009

    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has prohibited Simon Robins, Compliance Director of Chase UK Corporation Limited (Chase), for failing to adequately supervise the operations of the firm. As a result of these failings the firm was used by third parties to obtain mortgage applications on a fraudulent basis.

  • HKEx Publishes Consultation Paper On Certified Emission Reduction Futures

    Date 26/06/2009

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) today (Friday) published a consultation paper on certified emission reduction (CER) futures. 

  • European Investment Bank And IFC Create Global Emerging Markets Risk Database Consortium

    Date 26/06/2009

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, have signed a cooperation agreement creating a Global Emerging Markets (GEMs) Risk Database Consortium to pool data and strengthen risk-management practices among multilateral development banks.

  • British Bankers’ Association: Fourth City Of London-Swiss Financial Round Table Sketches Vision Of Banking For The Future

    Date 26/06/2009

    Fifty senior representatives of the Swiss and British financial services industries met in Zurich today for the fourth Financial Round Table hosted by Pierre Mirabaud, chairman of the Swiss Bankers Association. Senior representatives of the major banks of both countries as well as the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the new Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) attended the meeting which this year focused on the vision of banking for the future.