Pre-2002 FLP publications are collected for reference here. FMLC publications—primarily reports and correspondence—go back to 2003. All are available to view or download as a PDF, with collected volumes on specific topics available here. The 10 most recent publications are listed below.
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- Response to FCA: Consultation on the proposed policy with respect to the exercise of its powers in relation to LIBOR Transition: 18 January 2021
To facilitate the transition of “tough legacy” contracts away from LIBOR, HM Government has introduced the Financial Services Bill 2019-21 (the “Financial Services Bill”) which grants new powers under to the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) to help it manage an …18 January 2021
On 21 October 2020, HM Government published the Financial Services Bill 2019-21 (the “Bill”). The Bill amends the U.K.’s existing legislative framework for financial services in 17 distinct areas, addressing issues arising from the U.K’s departure from the E.U. In …13 January 2021
This note, published in pursuit of the FMLC’s educational remit, outlines some of the legal issues which arise in the context of monetary policy and monetary financing, and considers a recent judicial decision in relation to the distinction between monetary …06 January 2021
In March 2020, governments around the world took action to stall the advent of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) by implementing a range of “social distancing” rules. These measures have meant that market participants may be unable to print and sign …31 December 2020
The FMLC Secretariat’s attention was drawn to an evidence gathering survey published ahead of the next public-private Innovation Working Group (“IWG”) on Legal Entity Identifiers (“LEIs”). The FMLC has published letters and papers in the past on the usefulness of …09 December 2020
- Response to Call for Evidence: U.K.’s International Regulatory Cooperation Strategy: 25 November 2020
The FMLC has submitted a response drawing attention to its work on cross-border cooperation in relation to financial services regulation, especially in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis. Divergent national approaches and differences present a serious challenge to effective …25 November 2020
The FMLC has submitted a response to the Consultation to draw attention to concerns with regards the definition of a “qualifying cryptoasset”.26 October 2020
This paper, although a departure from the Committee’s usual approach, is intended to survey the uncertainties in the context of LIBOR transition and the steps being taken by authorities around the world so as to draw attention to any residual …23 October 2020
The Call for Evidence sets out HM Government’s aims for payment systems and payments networks in the U.K. and seeks responses to questions relating to future opportunities and risks for new payments systems and cross-border payments as well as how …21 October 2020
The European Commission has published a proposal to amend the BMR (the “Legislative Proposal”) so as to ensure that regulators have the tools to guide the transition avoiding contract frustration and financial instability. The FMLC would like to draw attention …06 October 2020