The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has urged institutions to stay ahead of reporting deadlines under the next phase of Australia’s derivatives market reporting rules, which will be implemented next month.
Credit rating agencies are adopting a new code of conduct that should enhance transparency and promote the integrity of the credit rating process.
People's Bank of China governor Zhou Xiaochuan has vowed to further liberalize capital account controls this year in an apparent bid to convince the International Monetary Fund to recognize the renminbi as an international reserve currency.
China has allowed trade of two new types of stock index futures on the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) next month.
International rules that will require banks to post margin on certain derivative trades have been delayed by nine months as regulators recognised the tight timeline initially given the industry to comply.
China’s Shanghai Futures Exchange will launch nickel and tin futures trading on March 27, 2015.
The wave of Chinese companies listing on the Australian stock exchange in the past three years, many with less than 2% free float, has raised concern on whether initial public offering (IPO) rules should require better liquidity from foreign businesses.
The Chinese government policy that requires commercial banks to obtain “secure and controllable” information technology equipment potentially puts Beijing in a tough position with major trading partners, the Financial Times reported.
BCBS 239 has the potential to dramatically reduce systemic risk in the banking system. Compliance isn’t an easy project, but if approached in the right way it can transform the way banks do business.
China Securities Regulatory Commission is talking with at least 30 large global institutional investors in the US to invest in China-listed shares, while lobbying for mainland stocks’ inclusion in key global indices such as the MSCI and FTSE.