The three companies are among 117 that have so far applied for a listing. The three will now have to file listing registrations with the CSRC.
Huatai Securities reconfirming its intention to list depositary receipts on the LSE signals that the issues that delayed the Shanghai-London Stock Connect may now be resolved.
The BOJ-ECB phase three study says DLT can improve security in cross-border payments by using payment methods that synchronise payments and lock funds along the payment chain.
The new platform allows local small investors to subscribe to IPOs online. Previously, they had to file IPO subscription forms at designated mall kiosks.
Chinese investors who buy shares of Taiwan listed companies without authorisation will be fined based on their investment amount. The maximum fine is now TWD 25 million.
A new open data system will start providing anonymised credit information of two million people as sample data in June; and next year a financial data exchange will be launched.
Two discussion paper have been issued, one on public disclosures of information on resolution planning and resolvability, the other on winding down large derivatives portfolios.
The trading of options and specified futures contracts conducted on the Shanghai Futures Exchange will be subject to the eligibility rules.
Reports indicate the RBI had found large discrepancies in bad debt reported by banks for the 2015-2016 period, particularly in the cases of Axis Bank and YES Bank.
The penalty was the result of close cooperation and information sharing between MAS and the UK FCA, which had referred the case and provided investigative assistance.