SFC fines BNP Paribas HK$15m for failing to properly prioritise client orders in matching and obtain their consent in relation to its dark liquidity pool trading services.
Chinese regulators have restricted short selling of stocks in their latest step to stabilise the equity market and reduce volatility.
China will allow overseas investors to trade select domestic commodity futures using foreign currencies for settlement as it seeks greater influence over raw material prices.
SBI's Hong Kong branch fined HK$7.5 million for breaching anti money-laundering and counter terrorism financing rules.
Review finds that timely disclosure requirements on value, risk reward profile and costs of CIS are in place for all jurisdictions.
New applications halted with immediate effect, following a regulatory push to slow down such lending.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has warned that it will penalise anyone trying to manipulate the markets with algorithmic trading technology.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions has published its findings on the progress jurisdictions have made in adopting legislation, regulation and policies for derivatives market intermediaries.
SEBI has proposed treating commodity brokers on par with equity brokers in terms of registration and transaction fees.
China's move to regulate internet finance, though seen to legitimise a sector that has largely operated in a vacuum, may also reflect the government's support for traditional banks.