FCA chief Bailey voices his concern over the future of the UK's CCPs once its temporary recognition with ESMA expires in 2020.
A growing number of European regulators and investors have expressed concerns about the liquidity risk management practices at daily dealing UCITS funds.
The UK FCA is set to open an assessment of authorised corporate directors following the fallout of the Neil Woodford fund affair.
The laissez-faire approach to UCITS principles has riled market regulators following the recent saga with Neil Woodford's flagship fund, which could have long-term consequences on the funds industry.
As UK and European regulators clash over post-Brexit share trading rules, it could spell further divergence for post-trade arrangements.
With increased requirements on fund transparency, it could provide further opportunities for custodians to offer analytics services to asset managers.
FCA’s Investment Management Sector View revealed the regulator’s belief that the UK custody market is working well in pricing bundled services.
The Cost Transparency Initiative follows recent requests from institutional investors to asset managers for templates on costs and fees.
Funds in Hong Kong will now find it easier to market to UK investors if they can demonstrate broad equivalence.
The investigation was launched into KMPG’s audit of BNY Mellon in 2015, after the custody bank was hit with a £126 million fine by the UK's FCA.