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Review follows the collapse of minibond company LCF
Embryonic start-up scene fuelled by foreign capital is braced for regulation
Final investigation found traders had used Sterling Lads chatroom to share information
Changes by FCA aim to make London more attractive to fast-growing tech companies
Government that asks pension managers to go the extra mile faces regulator that fears giving an inch
FTSE 100 life insurer calls for regulatory and policy changes to drive recovery
Regulator takes tougher stance on effective giveaways involving stock or options
Senior Bank of England official says regulator will not seek to restrict access to British market
We rent out our second home and submit a self-assessment return on paper
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Overhaul aims to make EU more attractive to investors but finance sector concerned about implementation
Regulator worries about growing number of unadvised savers who hold cash
Regulator says athletes and influencers have ‘responsibility’ to remind followers of crypto risks
The world’s biggest crypto exchange claims it is courting wealth funds
German supervisor BaFin set to have to cut ties with industry representatives
Agencies say they want to look into whether certain crypto activities are “legally permissible”.
Cryptocurrency exchange hopes ties would improve ‘perception and relationships’ with governments
One of Europe’s largest share-trading apps says a plan to ban ‘payment for order flow’ would be damaging
After a pandemic pause, the movement of jobs and business towards the continent is set to resume
Mobile technology group collapsed in 2015 after accusations of accounting fraud
Measure in new capital regulations would tighten patchwork of national arrangements and affect banks in London
Draft proposals seek to improve availability of data about EU companies and trading
Draft market infrastructure overhaul aims to make EU more attractive to international investors
Saule Omarova labelled a ‘radical’ by Republicans and encounters scepticism from some Democrats too
When markets awake and reprice Treasuries, there is every chance we will see another nasty jolt