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Articles on regulation and guidance, from our leading edge monthly magazine, FS Focus.

IASB to delay IFRS 17

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The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has proposed to delay the implementation of IFRS 17 by one year to January 2022.

Judgement day

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As IFRS 9 moves from ‘project mode’ to business as usual, John Mongelard takes you through the key challenges in transitioning.

BoE wants more freedom to set tough rules

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The UK must have the freedom to adopt tougher regulation of the financial services industry than the EU after Brexit, says Bank of England governor Mark Carney.

Raising interest

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Central banks reserve managers are concerned that rising interest rates pose the biggest threat to their performance over the next year.

Government announces Ogden rate reform

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The UK’s Ministry of Justice is introducing the Civil Liability Bill to reduce the number of whiplash claims and change the Ogden personal injury discount rate.

Clear but complex

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Dominic Müller and Luke Nelson take a look at the main implications from the FCA’s third MiFID II consultation paper

Reinventing regulation

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Philippa Kelly looks at what might change and why in light of the results of the Financial Conduct Authority’s new study.

Trouble ahead

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What do you do when you can see a problem building up? For instance, a new idea with good intentions, but that may lead to a mess at some point in the future. And all this is happening in a post-truth world, where the experts can see the problems but nobody trusts the experts.

Banishing bad practice

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UK regulators have introduced new rules around whistleblowing, but will they actually make a difference? Alison Loveday tries to dispel her doubts.

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