Bank of East Asia faces a challenge from hedge fund revealing the governance shortfalls of family ownership.
Barriers created by extensive regulatory reforms have forced foreign managers to change their EU marketing plans.
For the first time in history, the US Government wields an international array of law enforcement tools specially designed to pursue tax evasion. But, what are the repercussions?
HSBC Group’s threat to decamp from its London headquarters represents aggressive regulatory arbitrage and brinkmanship.
Examining the significance and outcome of proposed amendments to China’s Foreign Investment Law.
Asset managers are voicing concern over poorly conceived proposals. Future regulations could bring severe changes to the concept of investment management.
Recent sanctions are forcing Russians to seek alternative financing platforms away from American and European influence.
Broad changes to India’s Minimum Alternate Tax Scheme raises tax liabilities for foreign portfolio investors.
India Regulatory Summit highlights how international financial regulations can work in a developing economy.
The recent appointments of new leaders for Standard Chartered and Royal Bank of Scotland are as risky as they are riskless.