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Will the Boat float and more MiFID FAQs

Intriguing news about our anticipated new trade reporting services, with one of my City friends asking if Project Boat will float whilst another tells me Yellow Submarine is already sunk. Project Boat is the trade reporting service being launched by Europe’s largest investment banks in …

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Banking on the beach

It’s summer, it’s Friday and yes, it’s beach party time. In this latest news on beach trends, folks "will wear wristbands that automatically debit their bank accounts or credit cards to pay for beach access, food and parking".  Yes, it’s true.  In Ocean City, New …

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Banking on the beach

It’s summer, it’s Friday and yes, it’s beach party time. In this latest news on beach trends, folks "will wear wristbands that automatically debit their bank accounts or credit cards to pay for beach access, food and parking".  Yes, it’s true.  In Ocean City, New …

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Banking on the beach

It’s summer, it’s Friday and yes, it’s beach party time. In this latest news on beach trends, folks "will wear wristbands that automatically debit their bank accounts or credit cards to pay for beach access, food and parking".  Yes, it’s true.  In Ocean City, New …

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Banking on the beach

It’s summer, it’s Friday and yes, it’s beach party time. In this latest news on beach trends, folks "will wear wristbands that automatically debit their bank accounts or credit cards to pay for beach access, food and parking".  Yes, it’s true.  In Ocean City, New …

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Banking on the beach

It’s summer, it’s Friday and yes, it’s beach party time. In this latest news on beach trends, folks "will wear wristbands that automatically debit their bank accounts or credit cards to pay for beach access, food and parking".  Yes, it’s true.  In Ocean City, New …

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UK banks hit hard by SEPA

Interesting research that was blasted across the UK press yesterday. The research came from the recently IPO’d website moneysupermarket.com, which reckons that we could be paying an average of £300 a year in current account charges if the UK’s free banking system is changed to …

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UK banks hit hard by SEPA

Interesting research that was blasted across the UK press yesterday. The research came from the recently IPO’d website moneysupermarket.com, which reckons that we could be paying an average of £300 a year in current account charges if the UK’s free banking system is changed to …

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Still no plans for MiFID in Spain

The International Monetary Fund has just issued their analysis of what’s going on in European financial markets (64 page pdf), with a particular focus on MiFID. Here’s a summary of the key headline impacts of MiFID in their view: the new environment created by MiFID …

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