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Jack is a senior financial services correspondent at MLex, in Brussels. He previously served as tax correspondent, and has also worked in the European Commission for a number of years in a variety of economic fields, serving commissioners Jonathan Hill, Neelie Kroes, Cecilia Malmström, Julian King and commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. Before that he worked for five years on economic and financial policy in HM Treasury, and in at the U.K.’s representation at the EU, and has also covered the UK’s Brexit debate as a journalist at InFacts.
Selected Insights by Jack
Large online platforms could be held responsible for hosting misleading financial-market information or abuse, EU regulators have suggested.
EU insurance watchdogs should publish details of how national regulators vote on laws affecting the sector,
EU banking officials are still pursuing measures which would undermine international rules designed to ensure lenders hold enough capital.
EU financial markets are set to get a unified data service, known as a consolidated tape, even as the US rethinks its own longstanding arrangements.
EU banks hope the expansion of their new payments initiative will ease antitrust concerns that the planned rival to Visa and Mastercard is a closed shop.