The lack of legal certainty and judicial recognition on close-out netting can impede capital market development in China, impacting domestic FIs the most, ISDA's Scott O'Malia said.
Regulation Asia sat down with Nice Actimize's Jerome Lambert to understand how a holistic approach has improved surveillance capabilities and reduced the burden on compliance analysts.
Herbert Smith Freehills breaks down Malaysia's new framework for digital banks, comparing the regime to those in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Regulation Asia sat down with Natalie Curtis, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills, to understand MAS' new framework on individual accountability and conduct, ahead of its formal introduction expected in early 2020.
Phase two of the DRR pilot highlighted the importance of agreed data standards. An appropriate solution for producing machine-executable regulation has not yet been identified.
There are three key areas where Hong Kong regulators are expected to turn up the heat in 2020, says KPMG’s Simon Topping.
APAC regulators are looking to FIs and their technology to guard against increasingly sophisticated criminal activity as wealth migration accelerates, says Joseph Quiazon at Exiger.
The BCBS consultation will likely give an indication of the banking industry's mindset towards holding cryptoassets in the future, says Douglas Cheung at Wolters Kluwer.
Tewoo's debt restructuring breaks the market's assumption that offshore creditors will get full repayment in debt workouts. Investors in China's SOEs need to brace for more defaults.
Big data is rapidly changing how regulators and law enforcement conduct investigations and build cases, say Jeremy Birch, Peter Jones and Kyle Wombolt at Herbert Smith Freehills.