A new paper from Greenwich Associates says DLT cannot replace settlement infrastructure entirely without imposing the very costs it was designed to reduce.
Between five Australian regulatory agencies, over 75,000 pages of regulatory materials have been published, compared to only 9500 pages of enabling legislation.
The report identifies the prerequisites for creating an ecosystem that facilitates sustainable finance, and sets out 10 recommendations for growth and emerging markets.
The number of active correspondent banks declined by 3.4% in 2018, bringing the cumulative decline since 2011 to 19.3 percent.
Global association CCP12 says in a new paper that a ‘one-size-fits all’ approach to CCPs is inappropriate, and it is critical to recognise jurisdictional differences.
Moody's says Singapore performs better than other banking systems in a high stress scenario. The new report also looks at banks' digitisation push.
Almost three-quarters of Asia Pacific organisations have been victims of financial crime in the past year, according to recently published survey results by Refinitiv.
Over the last seven years, active relationships in the global correspondent banking network have declined by about 20%, and the number of active corridors has fallen by roughly 10%.
New covered bonds and securitisation deals face basis and transition risks due to the end of LIBOR in 2021.
Financial institutions should be able to leverage existing financial crime compliance, conduct and tax (including tax transparency regimes) procedures and controls, to address the risks of customer tax evasion.