Goldman Sachs is reportedly considering trading Bitcoin in order to satisfy clients' growing interest in cryptocurrencies.
A judge in New York has this week dismissed a suit that accused Bluecrest, formerly a hedge fund and now a family office, of helping to manipulate Swiss franc (CHF) LIBOR in conjunction with a number of banks.
SWIFT has announced the availability of Customer Data Validation, a new reference data service from SWIFTRef that helps corporate treasurers validate bank master data against payment reference data, available from the SWIFTRef directories.
London Stock Exchange has received regulatory approval from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to be authorised as an ARM (Approved Reporting Mechanism) through its UnaVista platform. The approval means that UnaVista is able to offer transaction reporting services for its customers to help them in meeting their reporting obligations under MiFIR.
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