Ahead of the New Year, we ask industry experts to give their predictions on what to look out for in 2019. We begin with a look at some regional forecasts.
Within an overall negative outlook for Britain's fund management sector post-Brexit, State Street finds some optimism in its latest research.
DTCC finds that half of respondents believe Brexit will pose a threat to the broader economy, as concerns about cyber risk and regulation ease.
Euronext would no longer be able to settle Irish securities at Euroclear’s London-based CREST once the UK leaves the European Union.
As Brexit looms, Societe Generale is to open a new base in Paris for clearing of derivatives and OTC products by the end of the year.
Major investment banks including Citigroup and JP Morgan sign up to use the Eurex clearing profit scheme for repo as Brexit looms.
The European Commission has said it will adopt temporary equivalence to ensure no disruption to central clearing in the case of no-deal Brexit.
Political factors taking centre stage for future regulatory reviews or introduction of MiFID II according to MEP.
While private equity managers appear to be raising record amounts of money, there are a number of possibilities on the horizon that could wipe away gains.