We highlight what to expect this quarter and recap Q2’s key regulatory developments. What could change the game in Q3: In just a few weeks, the UK will have a new Prime Minister and the EU’s newly minted Parliament is … Continue reading What FinReg Has in Store for Q3 2019
BBH recently had the pleasure of hosting some of the Irish Fund industry’s best and brightest minds for an IF Fintech Speaker Series session, “Designing for Decision Making.” Covering topics from UX design to how asset managers can practically harness … Continue reading Food for Thought: Five Things I learned at the BBH Fintech Breakfast
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) is the fourth largest in the world. As of April, the TSE had a market capitalization of $5.76 trillion. Any material change to the TSE’s composition can have impacts on the listed companies themselves or … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect: Japanese Exchange Proposals May Have Major Global Impact
Brexit. Fintech. ESG. Culture. ETFs. Last week, regulatory experts and industry leaders gathered in Dublin for the Mason Hayes & Curran “Opening Doors in Ireland” Investment Funds Regulatory Briefing. Speakers reviewed some recent key developments in the investment funds industry. … Continue reading 5 Themes in Global Financial Regulation
After more than a decade of policy debates, yesterday was a red-letter day for the US asset management and broker-dealer industries. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 3-1 to approve Regulation Best Interest, a set of rules aimed … Continue reading SEC Votes in Favor of Regulation Best Interest But Will This Be Their Final Answer?
“Why a four-year-old child could understand this report. Run out and find me a four-year-old child, I can’t make head or tail out of it.” Rufus T. Firefly “Duck Soup” No United States of Digital Assets It is at this … Continue reading Duck Soup: The SEC Recipe for Regulating Digital Assets