Call for Brussels to clarify trade rules

Claims of delay over markets definition hurting competitiveness

Job Moves: who is hiring and where

The latest job moves and coverage of people making the news in the world’s financial capitals

Banks warn on new global funding rules

Basel regulations will make key equities trades more expensive

Tullett CEO eyes electronic trading push

New chief Phizackerley outlines plans for interdealer broker

Stuck in the re-election waiting room

Even though Dodd-Frank makes no sense, Congress will not be moved to act quickly, says John Dizard

US munis could get regulatory reprieve

Fed looks at use of bonds to comply with bank liquidity rules

Letter from Lex: rules of thumb

Finance is confusing, but certain general truths hold. Sometimes

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England and Wales water bills set to ease

Ofwat says draft proposals will peg average bills below inflation

RBS fined £14.5m for ‘serious failings’

Mortgages business back under scrutiny

J Sainsbury falls on market share concern

UK’s FTSE 100 holds around its best level in a month

India plans crackdown on securities fraud

Regulator to agree shake-up of insider trading rules

China investigates VW executives

Watchdog claims unspecified violations in First Auto Works probe

Market watchdog issues cyber attack warning

Iosco chief says hackers have potential to trigger ‘black swan’ event

Bankers brace for a brave new world

BofA settlement closes a chapter in history of the crisis

Plouffe to retell Uber’s tale of red tape

Former Obama adviser is just the person to explain the taxi-calling app’s ‘free-market’ approach

US’s role as world bank regulator

DFS made inventive use of settlement stipulations to extend its reach

HFT ‘cheetahs’ get Chilton as an adviser

Bank compliance comes under scrutiny

Regulators sharpen focus on money laundering

CFTC and traders clash on cotton verdict

Regulator says 2011 episode of extreme price moves was ‘orderly’

Banks hire anti-money laundering experts

Hiring spree comes after scandals and heavy fines