Dirty money bill has ‘too many loopholes’

The report, which supports the passing of a bill to implement a register of overseas interests, said the bill had a string of loopholes including limited powers to punish offenders.


IMF urges German banking sector to accelerate restructuring

The IMF said the life insurance sector - which has been struggling to pay out on life insurance policies in an era of historically low interest rates - needed to speed up its move away from conventional guaranteed-return products to other kinds of product


May to make 'new, bold offer' in Brexit bill, Labour sceptical

The date of the vote and the substance of what lawmakers will be asked to consider - including whether they will be given chance to indicate what preferences might secure a majority before the vote is binding - have yet to be made public.


Leading the way on regulation by Karina McTeague

The UK Parliament had just taken a decisive lead in the regulation of financial services by establishing the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) under the Twin Peaks model.


Beckmann rights – back to basics

The Beckmann case, and subsequent case law, considered the meaning of these words and the extent of the pensions exemption.


At A Glance

The UK is currently a party to the Convention by virtue of its EU membership