Recent market trends increasingly favouring secured transactions, coupled with financial crises and regulatory requirements have made collateral scarcer than ever, new report suggests.
Once in a while capitalism must be rescued from the excesses of bankers and central banks. Governments can’t kill ideas, but it takes them a long time for them to concede or adapt.
US regulator cited concerns around valuation and liquidity, among other issues; but comments made in rejection letter open path to eventual approval.
Trend towards more isolated policymaking will challenge the implementation of financial regulations on a worldwide basis.
DTCC report says cyber risk continues to be seen as greatest threat, but many firms now see geopolitical issues as one of the five biggest concerns.
Report suggests private sector debt has risen in 12 of 14 Asian countries; FSB addressing risks from housing market, rising household debt in Asia.
Regulation Asia discusses the latest trends in regulatory scrutiny of capital markets with Ulf Carlsson, general manager at Nasdaq in Hong Kong.
Chief executive of newly formed firm discusses pressing problems and potential solutions.