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.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority may end up shutting smaller lenders out of their main funding source with its toughened stance on securitised loans.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions has published a review of Pakistan’s implementation of IOSCO Principles, noting that its regulatory framework has undergone significant improvement in the structure and practice of regulation.
The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission is considering launching an ETF under existing rules for collective investment schemes.
The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission is drafting rules to establish a Clearing Corporation to perform clearing and settlement activities of the capital market.
The Reserve Bank of India has asked the Income Tax Department to expedite the collection of financial and tax history of almost 50 companies seeking licences to operate small finance and payment banks in India.
SFC fines Nomura Hong Kong HK$4.5 million for failing to promptly report trading misconduct by one of its traders.