The Singapore Convention further legitimises mediation as a viable method of cross-border dispute resolution, say Amanda Lees and Eric Chan at Simmons & Simmons.
A recent whitepaper commissioned by Deutsche Bank looks at the need for effective regulations for cross-border data sharing and the ethical use of artificial intelligence.
Outdated systems are preventing one in four Asia Pacific banks from investing in disruptive technologies, says Greg Watson, citing a recent Fenergo survey.
Legislators and industry leaders need to work together to ensure the benefits of innovation do not come at the cost of fairness, choice, and privacy, says Zilliqa co-founder Max Kantelia.
Though a European regulation, SRD II will directly impact Asian intermediaries and hundreds of billions of euros in assets held by APAC investors, says Demi Derem at Broadridge.
Eric A. Sohn at Dow Jones Risk & Compliance discusses the US’ ability to restrict a firm’s access to correspondent banking services and its financial markets.
Regulators are adopting behavioural science tools pioneered by the Dutch central bank in their supervisory efforts, and firms are taking notice, says Stephen Scott at Starling.
Recognising the depth of the challenge posed by the new MAS 610 standard, AxiomSL decided that this industry challenge merited an innovative approach.
Financial institutions should be treating the LIBOR transition as an opportunity to strengthen client relationships and win market share, says Matthieu Sachot at Chappuis Halder & Co.
Third country benchmark administrators will need every bit of the additional time granted for BMR compliance to ensure their benchmarks get approved, say PwC’s Gregory Campbell and Daniela Bunea.