A new study suggests public sector banks may need greater autonomy to improve their governance structures.
Regulation Asia hosted a panel to discuss recent regulatory and ESG policy initiatives in China, and how they are impacting the business and investment climate.
The IMF staff note explores the factors that limit climate finance and what policymakers can do to address them, particularly in emerging market and developing economies.
The report calls for a shift towards characterising Illegal fishing as a predicate crime type for money laundering, to trigger a more effective AML/CFT response.
Fitch Ratings said the new principles provide greater transparency but lack clarity on the use of proceeds for working capital and debt repayment.
New research from WEF, BNY Mellon and Accenture finds 29% of investors do not understand crypto, but nearly 40% said the same of stocks and bonds.
Green quantitative easing may be an effective policy instrument if governments fail to introduce a carbon tax or equivalent carbon pricing mechanism.
New paper aims to help advance industry efforts and dialogue on the concepts and processes used by CCPs to address losses from non-default events, such as cyber attacks.
A new paper from the Financial Stability Institute says neither entity-based nor activity-based regulation is in and of itself the optimal choice.
Bitcoin and stablecoins are "unlikely" to be the "holy grail" of cross-border payments. Interlinked domestic payment systems and interoperable CBDCs show the most promise.
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