|November 22nd, 2011||CASS Resolution Packs - Proposed Documentation Requirements for Firms Holding Client Assets
Michael Beaton explains the ins and outs of the new CASS Resolution Packs that some firms will have to produce and maintain regularly to meet new FSA proposals regarding recovery and resolution plans for client money
|September 20th, 2012||FSA Publishes Consultation and Discussion Paper on Client Assets Regime
|June 18th, 2012||Educational Insights: An Introduction to Recovery and Resolution Planning in the UK
Recovery and resolution planning (RRP) is part of wider, international efforts to promote the stability of the financial markets through the use of consistent contingency and resolution plans required under new legislation. Financial institutions must understand the details of RRP legislation and plan for RRP implementation in 2012. Michael Beaton, managing partner at Derivatives Risk Solutions offers an introduction into RRP in the UK.
|December 16th, 2010||CME Clearing Europe Receives Recognised Clearing House Status from FSA
CME Clearing Europe, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CME Group, today announced that it is approved as a Recognised Clearing House (RCH) by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) of the United Kingdom. Barclays Bank PLC and J.P. Morgan will act as the first settlement banks for CME Clearing Europe and will be a central part of its payment infrastructure. J.P. Morgan will also provide custody and liquidity services.
|December 6th, 2010||FSA Announces Appointment of Two Senior Advisors
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) today announced the appointment of Simon Prior-Palmer and Robert Stansbury as senior advisors.
Simon will advise on the investment banking sector. He has more than 30 years experience in investment banking at Credit Suisse, formerly Credit Suisse First Boston, and JP Morgan. He led investment banking in the UK at Credit Suisse from 1988 to 1998.
|November 16th, 2010||SEC and UK FSA Hold Meeting of SEC-FSA Strategic Dialogue
Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Mary L. Schapiro today met separately in London with chairman Adair Turner of the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Chief Executive of the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) Stephen Haddrill to discuss a number of issues of common concern.
|September 22nd, 2010||HSBC Goes Live with Liquidity Risk Calculation and Reporting Solution from FinArch
International provider of integrated risk and finance solutions, Financial Architects (FinArch), delivers Liquidity Risk Calculation and Reporting solution to HSBC Europe to meet the UK FSA Liquidity Risk Reporting requirements.
After a thorough examination of the available technologies, HSBC has selected Financial Studio from FinArch to deliver systems support for Liquidity Risk Calculation and Reporting.
|September 21st, 2010||FSA Chairman Welcomes the Decisions Reached on the Basel III Package of Capital and Liquidity Reforms
In a speech at the Mansion House tonight, the chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Lord Turner, will say that to design an effective regulatory response to the financial crisis, we need to move beyond the demonization of over-paid financial traders and recognise the fundamental mistakes made by policy makers.
"In finance and economics", he will say, "ill-designed policy is a more powerful force for harm than individual greed and error".
|September 20th, 2010||FSA and FINRA Sign Cooperation Agreement
Given the linkages between our markets, it is vital that both regulators cooperate closely with each other
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support more robust cooperation between the two regulators.
|September 7th, 2010||Changes to the Financial Services Authority Board
Mark Hoban MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, today announced the appointment of Margaret Cole to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) Board, with effect from 7 September 2010.
Margaret Cole joins the Board as Managing Director for Enforcement and Financial Crime.
Mark Hoban MP said:
"I welcome the appointment of Margaret Cole to the FSA Board. Her credentials mean that she will bring valuable insight and experience to enhance further the strength of the FSA Board."
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