Japan will set itself apart as an active sanctioning partner in Asia and further boost the global effort to combat human rights violations, writes RUSI's Sasha Erskine.
The CBSL should play a more active role in facilitating the transition in Sri Lanka, says Lalinda Sugathadasa, Head of Research at ICRA Lanka.
Amendments to Hong Kong’s OTC derivatives licensing regime have been introduced in LegCo. Scott Carnachan at Deacons discusses the changes.
Given the rapid growth of digital technologies in financial services, the most effective way to defeat financial criminals today is to 'follow the data', says SWIFT's Heather Lee.
China's investment treaty network can provide investors a safeguard against significant adverse political and regulatory interferences with their foreign investments.
Industry veteran Tony Freeman discusses how a move to one-day settlement in the US will impact investors in Asia.
Quincy Tse discusses how firms can cultivate and promote a culture of compliance even as remote work arrangements continue to be commonplace.
The UK has formally embarked on its independent sanctions regime. What work has been completed so far and what remains to be done?
Allen & Overy's Shuhui Kwok discusses Singapore's proposed green taxonomy, describing how it aligns with - and differs from - the EU Taxonomy Regulation.
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