For many years, firms believed that all the regulatory tools for financial crime prevention were wielded in the US.
To keep up with developments on the e-payment market and to make better use of the opportunities offered by the single market, regulations governing payment services throughout the whole European Union have evolved significantly in recent years.
In 2007–2009 we witnessed a global economic crisis which has had far-reaching consequences.
In the 1990s a substantial focus in the then nascent regulation of Russian financial markets had been on self-regulatory organisations (SROs).
The year 2014 has been to some extent a period of retrenchment, although many changes are still to come.
The Indonesian Parliament (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat) passed a bill regarding the country’s flag, language, national emblem, and anthem in 2009. It became Law No. 24 of 2009 on The Flag, the Language, the National Emblem, and the National Anthem (the ‘Law’ or ‘Law No. 24/2009’).
For almost the last two decades since the last financial crisis hit Asia’s emerging market countries in the late nineties, the Indonesian banking industry has been flooded with foreign investors entering into its financial industry, the like of which has never seen before.
The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 gives the PRA and the FCA certain powers and responsibilities over individuals that carry on particular roles within the UK financial services industry.
To what extent should a more constructive approach be taken to bribery and corruption in the UK financial services industry: tackling bribery in the banks
The financial services sector is just as susceptible to bribery and corruption as any other, however it is questionable whether the UK’s legal and regulatory framework effectively addresses the manner in which bribery can take place in a financial sector context.
The German banking landscape has changed dramatically with the introduction of Directive 2014/59/EU, which establishes a framework to prevent the failure of financial institutions and mitigate any adverse impacts for the financial market resulting from such failure.
Delisting is the process of withdrawing the admission to trading securities from a stock exchange.
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