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Manufacturers of financial products must specify a target market of end clients for whom the products are intended

The German and U.K. divisions of Moody’s Investors Service breached rules governing credit rating agencies

The big European global trading and universal banks start reporting results next week

New guidance aims to ensure harmonized implementation of the new regime

Supervisory efforts are bearing fruit, EBA report says

Investors are “cautiously optimistic” about the negotiations for the U.K. to leave the European Union

The review of the European Supervisory Authorities is looking to identify areas in which the “effectiveness and efficiency” of the regulators can be strengthened and improved

A new report suggests that uncertainty about political developments in Europe could trigger abrupt swings in financial asset prices this year

ESMA is concerned that brokerage firms are creating networks to avoid the obligation that internal matching systems be authorized as trading venues

The largest population of high-earning bankers was in the U.K. as British bankers account for more than 80% of the top earners, the EBA reports