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Financial Times article by Banking Editor Martin Arnold
AICB’s Global Banking Discourse Series, themed “Tricks of the Trade 2: The (Mis)Behaviour of Financial Markets” was held on 18 July 2018 at Conference Hall 1, Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur. Over 120 participants were at the event, which featured speakers from the FICC Markets Standards Board Limited (FMSB) and leading management consultancy Oliver Wyman. The event aimed to provide a platform to discuss how financial market abuses take place as well as the safeguard measures financial institutions need to identify in order to reduce financial market abuse risks. AICB Chief Executive, Prasad Padmanaban, gave welcoming remarks before the FMSB team comprising Gerry Harvey, Chief Executive of the FICC Markets Standards Board (FMSB) together with David McClean and Craig Beevers, both of whom are Senior Technical Advisors at FMSB, took to the stage with several case studies demonstrating market abuses. The Oliver Wyman team comprising Wei Ying Cheah, Partner of Finance & Risk Management Practice and Jayant P. Raman, Principal of Finance & Risk Management Practice later closed the talk with their session on controls architecture. The AICB Global Banking Discourse Series is part of the continuous learning and thought leadership development by the Institute on key issues and trends impacting the Malaysian banking industry.
MarketsMedial Daily Email Feature by Rob Daily
GlobalCapital article by Owen Sanderson
FX Week Article by Mikael Latreille
GlobalCapital article by Owen Sanderson
Financial Times article published on 26 May 2018
Article by Tim Hitchcock in Reuters Regulatory Intelligence
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney delivers a speech at an FICC Markets Standards Board event in London on Wednesday. Carney stepped up the U.K.’s focus on cleaning up financial markets as he announced the next stage in efforts to replace Libor. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg
Business Insider UK article by Camilla Hodgson
Global Capital article by Owen Sanderson