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The CFTC's foreign exchange crackdown
Thursday 24 Feb 2011 | Tom Cleveland
Tom Cleveland from Forex Traders analyses the CFTC's new foreign exchange trading regulations which initially prompted outcry. Now that the dust has settled, where does the industry stand?
Remuneration: the view Down Under
Wednesday 23 Feb 2011 | Will Henley
A consultation in Australia on a draft bill designed to reassert shareholder power in boardrooms and restrain executive pay has thrown up a host of angry responses.
OECD: Basel III 'will slightly impact GDP'
Tuesday 22 Feb 2011 | Andrew Hickley
The Basel III accord will only have a small impact on world GDP which could be offset by a reduction in monetary policy rates, according to the OECD.
A brief guide to the UK Financial Conduct Authority
Thursday 17 Feb 2011 | Will Henley
Slated for creation next year when the Financial Services Authority is disbanded, the Financial Conduct Authority will be responsible for conduct and competition in the UK financial services sector. GFS gives you a brief rundown on the new regulator.
A brief guide to the UK Prudential Regulation Authority
Thursday 17 Feb 2011 | Will Henley
As the UK Treasury publishes its latest white paper on Britain's changing regulatory architecture, GFS offers you a short primer on new regulator the Prudential Regulation Authority.
A brief guide to the UK Financial Policy Committee
Thursday 17 Feb 2011 | Andrew Hickley
The Financial Policy Committee will identify and address risk within the UK financial system. As the Treasury releases its latest white paper on the country's proposed new regulatory architecture, GFS offers you a brief introduction on its remit.
Is transparency more important than IFRS convergence?
Thursday 17 Feb 2011 | Andrew Hickley
With 500 of the biggest accounting brains in the world spending two days debating issues of convergence, transparency, and disparity amongst others, GFS analyses the leading arguments at the European Commission's accounting conference last week.
The Issa Files: Industry groups warn on US regulatory reforms
Wednesday 9 Feb 2011 | Will Henley
Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, this week released a trove of letters from businesses complaining about US regulation. GFS News takes a closer look.
Andrea Enria: The nearly man steps up
Friday 4 Feb 2011 | Andrew Hickley
The European Parliament green-lighted chairmen appointments to the three new European Supervisory Authorities this week. GFS has been analysing the interviews. Last up is the candidate for the EBA.
Gabriel Bernardino: A safe pair of hands?
Thursday 3 Feb 2011 | Andrew Hickley
The European Parliament green-lighted the appointments of chairmen to the three new European Supervisory Authorities this week. GFS has been analysing the interviews and arguments made by each of the successful candidates. Second up is the candidate for Eiopa.
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