Bank Negara Malaysia, the country’s central bank, is revising guidelines on restructured and rescheduled (R&R) loans in a move that could impact the asset quality and earnings of local banks.
China Construction Bank (Asia) has announced they will be implementing Wolter Kluwers, OneSumX Regulatory Reporting solution.
Australian Investments & Securities Commission has refined its market integrity rules by removing certain unnecessary compliance requirements on market participants.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India plans to introduce changes in the rules on alternative investment funds (AIFs).
Spikes in the Australian dollar ahead of Reserve Bank interest rates decisions were the result of lower liquidity in the market before announcements are made, Australian Securities & Investments Commission said in a preliminary finding.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has published its framework for identifying and supervising domestic systemically important banks in Singapore including the inaugural list of D-SIBs.
China’s renminbi reclaimed its position as the fifth largest payment currency in the world after slipping to seventh in February in a sign that more companies boosted their investment in China assets.
Hong Kong’s stock exchange is exploring the possibility of opening direct stock trade links with Taiwan, says its chairman, adding that it held initial talks with Taipei about a potential cross-border share trade.
ESMA announces recognition of ten third-country CCPs established in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.
China’s central bank plans to launch in the next couple of months a credit-easing program that will allow local banks to swap local government bailout bonds for loans as a way to bolster liquidity and boost lending.