The Securities and Exchange Board of India has asked credit rating agencies to suggest ways to avoid rating suspensions if a company stops providing adequate information.
Concern about regulation should take a backseat to discussions on how to reinvent the regulatory framework.
President of money laundering task force sets agenda at Compliance Forum on SIBOS Day 2
The Bank of Japan has launched its renewed payment and settlement system BOJ-NET, its latest efforts to internationalise the Japanese yen,
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission is looking to strengthen information sharing and cooperation with the China Securities Regulatory Commission to guard against market misconduct.
The Financial Supervisory Service is looking into the derivatives transactions of four foreign banks which have jumped abnormally amid a gradual decline among other banks since since last year.
Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority is proposing a draft regulation that will require the country’s most important banks to set aside more capital as a buffer against financial market volatility.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing plans to introduce London Nickel Mini Futures, London Tin Mini Futures and London Lead Mini Futures contracts.
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking public comments on proposed revisions to crowdfunding rules which have been in effect since May 2015.
The chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission says there is no room for delay in the implementation of OTC derivatives reforms as international standards need to be met.