US regulators to monitor London swaps

Oversight may last until new EU rules come into effect

Regulators warned on monitoring risk

EU watchdogs will need to increase collection of data

Banks lobby to retain commodities units

Move comes as Fed considers tougher rules on physical assets

ECB needs to get house in order

The eurozone banking watchdog is to be based in Frankfurt

Local lenders to come under pan-EU regulator

The European Central Bank may take a tougher line on the German institutions that it will supervise

Deutsche Börse hopes that its philosophy has global appeal

Exchange’s breadth of operations is unrivalled

The financial tide cannot be held back

We must address excessive bank leverage or face another storm, writes Robert Jenkins

ICE in Asia: Jeff Sprecher in his own words

ICE chief explains why Singapore is key to Asia

European markets are not being rigged

Technology has changed region’s equity trading structure, but exchanges are not being manipulated

11/2/10 2:57:38 PM Intercontinental Exchange President and CEO Jeff Sprecher photographed in Chicago, IL during an interview with Hal Weitzman © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2010

ICE on the cutting edge of Asia pivot

Singapore clearing house plan marks shift in emphasis

Forex rule confusion risk to UK traders

London’s forex industry may have to hold more capital

Super Tuesday for EU bank regulation

Biggest set of financial rules passed since single market

Six ways to mend Europe’s financial sector

A legislative ‘Super Tuesday’ passes seven files of regulation

Former ICAP brokers in court over Libor case

SFO alleges the men conspired to rig the London inter bank offered rate

ICE set to name Schmeddes as Asia chief

US group prepares for regional expansion from Singapore

EU begins clampdown on ‘flash boy’ traders

Complex process to adopt rules on HFT gets under way

ICE Clear Europe wins European CDS approval

US regulatory clearance brings 18-month wait to an end

Irish Stock Exchange goes public

Move comes years after many of its European rivals have listed

US bank regulation: will it ever end?

More measures mean enormous changes in how lenders do business

Banks should be made more solid

New US capital proposals would restore traditions