Data and research ResearchPublished: 22/10/2018Last modified: 22/10/2018
The main benchmark for silver, the LBMA Silver Price, underwent changes in its methodology in August 2014 and became regulated in April 2015. In this Research Note, we assess the representativeness of the benchmark from March 2017 to September 2017.
We examine the design and effectiveness of the 4pm Fix, the most important benchmark in FX markets, using a unique dataset of trader identified orderbook data from an inter-dealer venue. We propose and examine new measures of benchmark quality and examine changes to market liquidity and trader behaviour.
This report outlines findings from a new short survey (FAMR 2018 Survey) and qualitative research with consumers. Results of this research will be used to indicate if there have been any changes in the behaviour of UK adults in relation to taking regulated advice and guidance, and their perceptions of this market since 2017. These interim findings...
The Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR) Baseline Report sets out a range of indicators developed to give us a snapshot of the market for financial advice. In line with our commitment to monitor changes in the market, we publish follow-up consumer research to track any movement since we collected those baseline measures.