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16 March 2017 www.risk.net   

CFTC set to flex its muscles in FSOC meetings

Ben Pott, Head of Government Affairst at Nex Group, "With Giancarlo questioning whether the banking rules are the right ones for the US, that kind of clouds the international consensus around banking rules and the question is how will they proceed"  


10 March 2017   

Risk: Non-cleared swaps compression battle heats up

Fintech vendors (like triBalance Quantile, LMRKTS and Capitalab) are competing to reduce the amount of initial margin (IM) dealers must post on non-cleared derivatives trades; though banks caution that some solutions being tabled may prove too complex or costly to merit the investment, and that there is likely room for only one or two to survive.


10 March 2017 www.standard.co.uk   

Evening Standard: Michael Spencer on Brexit and business

The City’s top Tory on why Theresa May is not doing enough to defend business on Brexit


07 March 2017 www.institutionalinvestor.com   

Institutional Investor: Trading Tech 40: Jenny Knott

Knott says she is not wedded to any single blockchain standard or approach, focusing instead on arriving at solutions that benefit clients and improve business processes."Distributed ledger really goes together with cloud technology," she says.


01 March 2017   

CityAM: The World’s growth companies are keen to attract a UK investor base

While NEX Exchange largely focuses on UK-based companies, we also welcome suitable growth stocks from other parts of the world. South East Asia is home to some of the most innovative and exciting companies in the world. Many of them aren’t able to access local exchanges, which aren’t geared up for small and medium sized enterprises.


22 February 2017   

CityAM: There are big tax advantages to investing in UK growth companies

The UK government has been a leader in recognising the role that small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) play in a vibrant economy and it offers generous tax incentives to investors in stocks on the NEX Exchange Growth Market. These are not “dodgy tax avoidance schemes” but are legitimate tax incentives designed and approved by HM Treasury.


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