Clearing houses may face new capital rules

BoE official suggests tougher standards for risk managers

CFTC warns on US benchmark regulation

Chairman says EU rules could force tougher benchmarks oversight

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HKEx’s Li calm on Stock Connect slowdown

Brokers ‘hyped’ scheme, says Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing chief

LCH.Clearnet moves to expand in Japan

European group looks to exploit regime to curb systemic risk

HK-Shanghai deal sees money head north

Strong demand from global funds eyeing more exposure to China

Stock Connect’s plumbing will slow start

New system’s short settlement cycle temper expectations

Forex traders at heart of ‘Cartel’

Transcripts give insight into powerful group at centre of probe

LSE to conclude Russell deal within weeks

UK bourse to gain a third of sales from US

Capita leads FTSE fallers

Barclays shares slip after it is left out of FX settlement

End of gold fix heralds shift for London

UK’s precious metals market faces growing competition from Asia

Comment: Flawed US rules fragment swaps market

Swaps market seeks to avoid US rules, writes CFTC’s Giancarlo

UBS to settle precious metals allegations

Swiss lender to do deal alongside forex agreement

Big bourses take on dark pool competitors

LSE to launch intraday auctions to woo back trade

EU takes further steps on overseas clearing

US rules yet to be recognised amid transatlantic regulator stand-off

BofA sinks to loss on $400m forex charge

Provision comes ahead of settlement with US and UK authorities

Europe attracted by US derivatives pull

Rise in interest rates trading and credit default swaps clearing to the States

Asia takes wind out of Chicago’s sails

Exchanges rushing to tap new customers in Asia, especially China

Trading industry strives to find its form

Low volatility, new rivals and onerous rules take their toll

BATS names Concannon as new president

US exchange appoints Virtu executive to replace O’Brien