UK FSA Extends Reporting for Short-Selling Financial Stocks

Bloomberg – Hedge funds and other investors who short-sell shares in Britain’s financial companies must continue to disclose their trades, the U.K.’s financial regulator said.

A reporting requirement put in place by the Financial Services Authority in January will continue until new short- selling rules come into place, the agency said in a statement today. The requirement had been due to lapse on June 30. The new set of rules is expected to come into force in 2010.

“Keeping the disclosure requirements will continue to enhance transparency and limit the potential for market abuse, while details of a long-term regime for short-selling are being drawn up,” said Sally Dewar, the FSA’s managing director of wholesale and markets.

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