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17 Aug
2018

Crowdfunding JWG’s growth – what, how, and why now?

  • 17th August 2018
  • Emmanuel Schizas

After 12 years as a thought leader and innovator in the RegTech sector, JWG has arrived at an inflection point, and we’ve turned our attention to what we need in order to support rapid growth. To this end, we will shortly be launching a crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube, inviting our community of users and subject..

16 Aug
2018

Trade Surveillance and eComms: Benchmarking your approach

  • 16th August 2018
  • Tom Bicknell

JWG are pleased to announce the launch of our latest survey: ‘Trade Surveillance and eComms: Benchmarking your approach’. The aim of the survey is to establish an understanding of the existing compliance efforts being implemented across the industry, how eComms Surveillance can be enhanced, and the application of new technologies to the process. Since the..

03 Aug
2018

Trade Surveillance: How quality assurance is shifting the landscape

Both MAR and MiFID II ushered in many new requirements that have forced firms to completely re-assess their approach to trade surveillance. One significant consequence is that firms are having to spend more time and resources on quality assurance controls that ensure trade surveillance systems are both appropriate and effective. MAR, for example, includes a..

02 Aug
2018

Brexit: HMT publishes details on the Temporary Permissions Regime

HM Treasury has published a draft regulation outlining UK regulators’ plans to smooth the transition for inbound passporting firms in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. The draft regulation outlines a temporary permissions regime that will enable EEA financial services firms operating in the UK via a passport to continue their UK operations for..

01 Aug
2018

Latest RegBeacon published

We are now 10 years on from the crisis which began the seemingly never-ending stack of regulation that we continue to plough through. As with any infrastructure project the post-crisis regulatory framework requires renewal and repair. Regulators are revisiting reporting regimes and data standards, and are looking at the emergence of new technology, whilst at..