Bank of Thailand outlined a number of key initiatives with other ASEAN nations to increase regional connectivity in cross-border payments.
DTCC's pre-reporting solution can now determine – in real-time – the global cross-regulatory reporting implications and obligations for a particular transaction.
The RBI plans to speed up customer complaint processing and redressal times across all domestic payment platforms by end-June.
A new law has made it mandatory for all financial firms to fully cooperate with AFCA to resolve consumer and small business disputes.
The RBA and Australian Payments Council have issued a consultation to help the industry agree on key strategic decisions for migrating the payment system to ISO 20022 by end-2024.
The FCA and ASIC have signed MoUs on trade repositories and alternative investment funds, and adopted existing equivalence decisions on their supervisory and regulatory regimes.
FSS governor Yoon Suk Heun urged foreign financial firms to bring in "a new wave" of financial inclusion and responsible innovation to spur sustainable growth in Korea’s financial industry.
The draft rules provide detail and guidance as to how the Consumer Data Right will work in the banking sector starting in July this year.
Bursa Malaysia will migrate to T+2 settlement starting from 29 April, putting it in line with the financial markets of developed countries.
The Dhaka and Chittagong stock exchanges have asked for tax cuts on dividends, bonds, stock transactions, and their own income, in a bid to catalyse Bangladesh's capital markets.