A new report from SunGard highlights how regulatory change is second only to market volatility as an executive issue for financial services firms.
International Organisation of Securities Commission (IOSCO) has called for enhanced provisions in the code of conduct for credit rating agencies.
Japanese brokers are urging the regulator to revamp a scheme that waives taxes on investments of up to 1 million yen for five years.
Vietnam Prime Minister has called on the nation’s commercial banks to list their shares on the local bourse in a bid to boost transparency.
China’s banking regulator wants some of the nation’s smaller lenders to set aside more funds to avoid a cash shortfall.
Singapore regulators plan wide-scale reforms to regulations governing equity markets.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority plans to enhance existing rules to reflect recommendations on capital planning practices by the Basel Committee.
The People's Bank of China pledged to guard against risks from banks' wealth-management products and local government debts.
Indonesia is considering tax breaks for investors in local corporate bonds to boost capital markets.
Singapore Exchange Ltd. is revising its fee structure for the securities market to boost market liquidity.