Korea Exchange Inc. will launch a gold trading platform in an attempt to better regulate a market dominated by illegal transactions.
Philippine banks with US-citizen clients who are non-compliant with US tax rules may face sanctions.
China is relaxing rules for the country's financial leasing sector in line with government efforts to introduce more market-oriented reforms in the financial industry.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said Australia’s capital regulation framework overall was “compliant”.
The Forward Markets Commission has extended the trading hours for futures contracts of agricultural commodities.
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) is easing restrictions on the offshore banking units (OBUs) of Taiwanese lenders to boost the local asset management industry.
The Financial Reporting Act, which changes financial reporting obligations for most companies, comes into effect on 1 April 2014.
The Reserve Bank of India has entered into an agreement with Financial Services Agency (FSA) of Japan for cooperation in the area of banking supervision.
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has waived the payment of annual licensing fees for market participants for another two-year period.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd said it is amending the listing rules to introduce new categories to announcement headlines by issuers from April 1.