With the full implementation of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive due shortly on 22 July, this article takes a look at how this will effect the job market in Asia.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has launched a non-statutory competency framework for private wealth management practitioners in Hong Kong.
The Securities and Futures Commission is seeking industry opinion on proposals to amend the code on unit trusts and mutual funds.
The Financial Services Authority (OJK) is planning to issue a revised regulation on sharia banks’ minimum capital requirement to assist lenders in the face of a wider scope of risks.
Regulation Asia, a leading online publication and events organiser covering financial services regulation, has appointed Peter Guy to the new role as Editor-in-Chief.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing is proposing to revise corporate governance norms relating to internal controls, with the plan to require companies to place greater emphasis on risk management.
Wealth management products have been growing in China, totalling 12.8 trillion yuan ($2.1 trillion) by the end of May, a senior official of China's central bank said.
The South Korean financial regulator said it plans to launch night trading of US dollar futures, and list more futures products based on securities in a bid to promote the country's high-risk, high-return financial sector.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India seeks public opinion on new guidelines for ‘crowdfunding’ or fund-raising through web-based platforms and social networking sites.
Financial market regulators are increasingly seeing cybercrime and cyber-related issues as potential threat to systemic stability.