Trading in the dark: more than half of European equities do not go through the stock market

Despite the attempts to channel equity trading to the “lit” markets, more than half of European stock is bought and ...
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Savers once again excluded from the governance of AMF

The Government, the National Assembly and the Senate just appointed members of the "College" of the AMF. The public authorities ...
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230 stocks under liquidity threat from Brexit as obscure Mifid II rule strikes

Christian Voigt, a senior regulatory adviser at Fidessa, and former vice president at Deutsche Boerse has published a blog post ...
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EU charges eight banks over alleged government bond cartel

The European Union’s antitrust authority has sent a formal statement of objections to eight unnamed banks suspected of operating a ...
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Brussels targets large index fund managers on ‘common ownership’

European lawmakers have taken aim at the influence of the largest index fund managers. Last week the European Parliament cited ...
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Investment returns reduced significantly by fees, ESMA finds

A report, presented by the pan-European financial regulator ESMA, the European Securities and Markets Authority, shows a significant drain on ...
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Jack Bogle (May 8, 1929 – January 16, 2019)

Jack Bogle founded the Vanguard Group in 1975 as a non-profit mutual fund company exclusively owned by its clients with ...
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More ESG integration to achieve financial stability and higher returns?

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) will analyse the exposure of European pension funds’ to “ESG” factors in ...
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EU Auditors Up Ante in Fight with ECB Over Document Access

The European Union’s auditors are doubling down their fight with the European Central Bank, citing three occasions on which it ...
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