The Italian Job

On the heels of a major acquittal, Deutsche Bank's top executives are being investigated once again – this time by an aggressive prosecutor in a small, southern Italian town.


Esma: Use Mifid to promote offshore products

Esma, which provides regulatory assistance to the European Commission, has responded to a paper from the commission that criticised the EU-wide retail financial services market for being uncompetitive.


FCA issues warnings on rogue firms

Its warning noted the fraudsters may use the name of the genuine firm, along with a reference number which has been given the authorised firm.


Law firm in eighth Central Belt expansion

The combined businesses – which will trade under the Aberdein Considine brand from next month – will together employ 360 staff and have a total turnover of more than £21million.


Tom Hayes Taps Crowdfunding to Raise $218,000 for Appeal

Hayes plans to refer his case in June to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, an independent organization set up to investigate suspected miscarriages of justice in U.K. courts, his lawyer, Karen Todner, said in an e-mailed statement Wednesday.


DLA Piper doubles City promotions amid 48-strong round

DLA Piper has announced that 48 lawyers have been promoted to its partnership. The promotions are effective as of 1 January 2016 in the United States and 1 May 2016 for EMEA and Asia Pacific. The promotions were made across a wide spectrum of practice are


EMSA Amends MiFID II Derivatives Standards

ESMA proposes to revise the RTS on non-equity transparency which includes requirements in respect of bonds, structured finance products, emission allowances and derivatives and the RTS on the methodology for the calculation and application of position lim