The European Court of Auditors suggests tests were too easy on some banks with others left out altogether
Consultancy Platforum says platforms are seeking to charge fees to fund managers
Bank for International Settlements concerned low grade credit makes up 45% of issuance in Europe.
Banks get European Commission approval for data platform with commercial launch in 2020.
EU needs to reform its approach to economics and foreign policy to give it leverage in an sharp-elbowed world.
Worldwide net cash flow to all funds hit €304bn in Q1 compared to €118bn in Q4 2018, according to Efama
Europe ex-UK large cap active funds had highest success ratio over 16-year test period, according to research firm
One in five members of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China said they had been forced to transfer technology this year
Big technology changes leaving firms reliant on tangible assets behind but trend disguised
Process will run over next 20 months in 5% increments and is expected to eventually include 386 Chinese securities