- Article archive
- Alison McHaffie's financial services investigations and enforcement column
- Ben Kingsley's banking and investment services column
- Berwin Leighton Paisner's corporate crime and investigations column
- Gough Square Chambers' consumer credit column
- Jacob Ghanty's payment services and e-money column
- Lucy Frew's FinTech column
- Monica Gogna's (Ropes & Gray) asset management column
- Pollyanna Deane's insurance column
About this practice area
- EU developments in financial services: resources overview
- Key European financial services legislative initiatives tracker
- EU Survival Kit
- EU financial services technical standards and guidance
- Hot topics: European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS) review and reform
- Hot topics: EU banking structural reforms
- Hot topics: Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD)
- Hot topics: Directive on payment accounts
- Gough Square Chambers' consumer credit column: February 2016
- Monica Gogna's (Ropes & Gray) asset management column: February 2016
- European deposit insurance scheme (EDIS)
- Regulatory references: rolling bad apples will keep on rolling
- MiFID II Briefing Series: FCA's first consultation paper (Part 7)
- MiFID II: overview of regulation of trading venues
A practice note listing key forthcoming dates in 2016 and 2017 by topic for financial services practitioners.
Links to all our practice notes on hot topics for the UK and EU financial services industry.
- ESRB opinion on temporary exclusion of exchange-traded derivatives from Articles 35 and 36 of MiFIR
- European Commission proposes to extend MiFID II application date by one year
- Government response to consultation on pension transfers and early exit charges
- Responses to ESMA consultation paper on draft RTS on access to data and aggregation and comparison of data under EMIR
- European Commission and US CFTC agree common approach on requirements for transatlantic CCPs
The Financial Services Forum 2016 will provide delegates with overviews of key developments across the financial services industry, and present opportunities for delegates to delve deep into practical solutions for current market challenges.
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