US banks lobbied hard for a rollback of the Volcker Rule and a return to proprietary trading to bolster profits. They will soon find that it’s now a different world.
CBRC announces greater focus on shadow banking and lending norms; CBRC chief warns of looming “black swan” event in financial industry.
New guidance removes threat of criminal prosecution in cases of “non-serious” regulatory breaches and cooperation 'above and beyond' regulatory obligations.
Central bank chief expresses concern about growing gaps between credit and GDP, property prices and rents.
Uniform disclosure template ensures consistency and comparability of data disclosed by institutions during the transition to full IFRS 9 implementation.
Eligible public companies can raise up to AUD 5 million in funds through equity crowdfunding and will face fewer regulatory requirements for fundraising.
New rules on entrusted lending practices, banking ownership, large exposures management in banks.
MAS to impose large exposures limit of 25 percent of tier 1 capital on any counterparty or single counterparty group; will include large exposures to banks.
FSA's move towards ‘dynamic supervision’ includes scrapping inspection manuals, restructuring governance, internal structure and HR policy.
Informal transactions will no longer be allowed; market participants will need to sign written agreements.