India’s Forward Markets Commission has shortened the evening session for agricultural commodities by two hours and delisted four contracts.
Australian banks are actively looking to offload their equity stakes in foreign banks in anticipation of higher mortgage risk weightings being announced later this month.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has refined its proposals to strengthen the real estate investment trust market by imposing measures that relax investment rules and safeguard investors' interests.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has warned investors to “trade with caution” on shares of the exchange operator SGX.
Japan's Financial Services Agency is urging the country's biggest banks to reduce their cross-shareholdings in client companies.
SEBI will soon issue a new set of guidelines to govern outsourcing by stock exchanges and other key entities.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is proposing to exempt senior bondholders from loss absorption risks in the event of a bank failure.
Banks in developed countries have terminated relationships with banks in Bangladesh, presenting difficulties for international trade and finance.
The Reserve Bank of India said it will allow a new type of non-banking financial company which can act as an account aggregator to enable customers to see all accounts across multiple financial institutions in a common format.
China's securities regulator has set up its first-ever market stabilisation fund in a bid to halt the recent stock market plunge.