The first publication covers the DIA's approach to regulating AML/CFT. The second outlines how the DIA uses its compliance and enforcement toolkit.
Swap Connect will initially enable Hong Kong and international investors to trade in Mainland interest rate swaps, and potentially other derivatives in futures.
Banks, insurers and non-bank deposit takers will be required to obtain a conduct licence from the FMA, on top of their prudential licences from the RBNZ.
Regulated entities don't require specific approvals to outsource IT services, but appropriate policies and a risk management framework must be in place.
To register a CCIV and initial sub-fund, a corporate director would first need to obtain an AFS licence, which can be a variation of an existing licence.
The consolidation will support the sustainability reporting work of the ISSB, which is also working to establish an MOU with GRI.
AUSTRAC CEO Nicole Rose says the gambling sector must invest in robust compliance and AML programmes.
The SEC and CDP will co-develop a programme to improve the quantity and quality of environmental disclosures from corporates and FIs in Thailand.
Korea’s post offices will start offering deposit, withdrawal, balance inquiry and ATM services of four banks - Kookmin, Shinhan, Woori and KEB Hana.
Wealth Management Connect had attracted only 0.3 percent of the total quota since its inception in October. HKIFA calls for an end to quarantine rules.