Nine months on from the US tightening up regulation of money market funds (MMFs), organisations show little appetite for investing in prime money funds reports the Association for Financial Professionals.
The long-anticipated changes to the regulation of money market funds in Europe is finally underway. This article sets out what to expect over the next 18 months.
The upcoming changes, which were published last week, risk imposing additional costs and industry consolidation according to the credit rating agency.
Regional foreign exchange dealers have become more prevalent, while the top four have lost market share year-on-year.
Ahead of the implementation of the new rules next January, institutional investors and brokers are racing to adapt to the changes, reports Greenwich Associates.
The Spanish insurance group is the latest to join the principles of responsible investment initiative.
Volatility and risk are not going away any time soon. Corporate treasurers who understand the impact of geopolitical scenarios on their business can deploy the best strategies and solutions to protect themselves.
Instilling a smart risk culture is key for businesses that wish to thrive during periods of geopolitical and economic uncertainty.
Barclays is accused by the DoJ of selling more than US$30bn of mortgage securities that helped fuel the financial crisis.
The agreement, after three years of debate, raise questions on future investment demand, but Fitch Ratings doesnʼt anticipate major market disruption.