Additional policy work is needed to level the playing field for internationally active entities, according to Financial Stability Institute chairman Fernando Restoy.
The guide offers a look at the key data protection and cyber security developments of 2018, expectations for the year ahead, and guidance for effective compliance.
There is a need for supervisors to consider local specificities when implementing the framework in less developed markets, ISDA says.
A BIS working paper says BigTechs enhance competition, financial inclusion and efficiency in financial services, but they also concentrate market power and give rise to systemic risk.
A report from the World Federation of Exchanges and Oliver Wyman urges supervisors to ensure outstanding CCP reforms are implemented in line with agreed principles to avoid fragmentation.
Regulation Asia sat down with DTCC's Rob Palatnick to discuss his views on how far DLT will go in disintermediating the financial industry.
Although 60% of Hong Kong consumers say they are very cautious about data privacy, more than half are willing to share significant personal data for lower pricing on financial services.
A new report from the GFMA and PwC says third-party providers could pose a challenge to banks’ core offerings if banks are not keeping pace with innovation.
A new ASIFMA paper provides policy recommendations for making China's capital markets easier to access and more attractive to foreign institutional investors.
Inconsistent and duplicative regulatory frameworks have led to fragmentation in global and regional derivatives markets, according to a white paper by the FIA.