LONDON, Sept 4 (Reuters) – France would be prepared to turn its recently proposed new rules on bonuses into legislation, Economy Minister Christine Lagarde said on Friday. (more…)
Financial Regulatory Forum
By Yann Le Guernigou
CALIGNY, France, Sept 3 (Reuters) – Britain, France and Germany called on the G20 on Thursday to discuss exiting measures implemented to tackle economic crisis, as well as limits on bank bonuses, at an upcoming summit in Pittsburgh.
PARIS, Sept 1 (Reuters) – Switzerland has made a major effort in terms of transparency on tax issues and France would support its eventual removal from the OECD’s grey list, Economy Minister Christine Lagarde said on Tuesday.
BERLIN, Aug 26 (Reuters) – Germany and France want G20 nations to reach an agreement on tougher rules governing bonus payments in the financial sector, German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said in an interview published on Wednesday.
PARIS, Aug 17 (Reuters) – French Economy Minister Christine Lagarde repeated a pledge on Monday to limit guaranteed bonus payments to bank executives and traders ahead of meetings next week with finance heads and President Nicolas Sarkozy.
By Natalie Harrison
LONDON, Aug 13 (Reuters) – A credit event at France’s Thomson SA, the first to feature in a current benchmark European credit default swap index, will test the market’s ability to cope with complex new auction rules to settle CDS.
By Estelle Shirbon
EVIAN, France, July 6 (Reuters) – France and Britain called for action to curtail oil price volatility on Monday as part of a move towards tougher global governance to prevent a return to economic problems that existed before the financial crisis. Speaking at a Franco-British summit ahead of a meeting of G8 leaders in Italy this week, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown also said that tax havens should accelerate their reforms towards greater transparency for the good of the world economy. (more…)
ZURICH, July 1, (Reuters) – Swiss bank Credit Suisse said on Wednesday it will pass the names of clients holding French securities to the French markets authority. Partly confirming an article in Swiss daily Le Temps, a Credit Suisse spokesman said the bank, one of the world’s biggest wealth managers, has sent a letter to French clients holding French stocks or bonds. (more…)