Regulatory changes put spotlight on UK auditors

Dollars down a black hole

The 2008 financial crisis was in part a failure of audit – and UK authorities are pushing to bring auditors to heel this year. But the reforms happening at national and EU level may not go far enough

Project Colin: why Goldman-led margin hub fell apart


The world’s big dealers quietly started work on a new swaps market utility last year, dubbed Project Colin. The aim was to control the vast collateral flows arising from incoming bilateral margining rules, but the consortium has since fallen apart, and a coalition of middleware and back-office firms have stepped into the breach