Taiwan’s financial regulator has lifted restrictions on the business activities of local banks’ and brokerages’ offshore operations to boost the country’s stock market.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has withdrawn the recognition granted to the Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE) in the wake of “serious irregularities” in the functioning of the bourse.
India’s market regulator has approved tougher insider trading rules to promote transparency in the country’s stock market.
China has allowed Australia to clear renminbi trades in a bid to boost increased economic cooperation between the two countries.
ANZ, one of Australia’s major banks, has suspended seven traders pending completion of an investigation into potential rigging of key interbank interest rates.
South Korea’s top financial regulatory body has named Zhin Woong-seop, president of the Korea Finance Corp, as head of the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS).
The International Organization of Securities Commission is seeking industry views on a report that studies the potential impact of mandatory post-trade transparency in the credit default swaps (CDS) market.
Bursa Malaysia Berhad is revising the listing rules for the ACE market, aimed at boosting the competitiveness of the country’s secondary stock market.
Australian Securities and Investments Commission has issued guidelines aimed at making it easier for businesses to deliver financial services disclosures electronically.
China has waived the payment of taxes on profits made from the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock cross border trading scheme, in a move aimed at encouraging more investors to buy stocks in both bourses.