China’s State Council has approved a plan to reform China Development Bank and two other lenders to make them more responsive in funding initiatives in line with the country's growth policies.
Austria, Spain and South Korea have been recognized as founding members of the China-led Asia Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB), the Chinese Finance Ministry said.
Two Japanese and one Singaporean bank will become the first foreign banks to operate in Myanmar in over 50 years, after receiving final regulatory approval from the central bank.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEx) plans to expand quotas for the cross-border stock program between Hong Kong and Shanghai, its top executive said.
Implications of market structure changes for surveillance and risk management professionals.
South Korea's financial regulator believes the country will see the launch of its first Internet-only bank this year, as measures are being hammered out with major IT firms like Naver Corp. and Daum Kakao Corp. to encourage them to invest...
India’s market regulator said it will take action against directors of companies that do not comply with a new rule requiring at least one woman to be on their board by October.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has imposed new sanctions on six securities firms in an effort to control margin finance, an expanding form of securities lending that is fuelling a rally in shares.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is examining regulations and policies that can help trading venues such as exchanges or multilateral trading facilities to manage a broad range of risks arising from an evolving technology.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) plans to put in place a regulatory framework for index providers in a bid to tackle issues arising from conflicts of interest and promote transparency in determining benchmarks.