Rather than disintermediating centralised market infrastructure, DLT is being used to support centralised ecosystems, says Matthew Chan.
The outcome of B2C2 v. Quoine could inform regulators’ considerations on the next set of rules for crypto exchanges, which in time may provide greater clarity for investors.
A digital-first approach to customer onboarding can protect companies from internal delays, customer dissatisfaction, hefty regulatory fines and reputational risk, says Claus Christensen.
Whether offering OTC derivatives, forex or cryptocurrency, retail trading platforms must put client interests front and centre, says OANDA’s Anthony Griffin.
The Association of Banks in Singapore has published a report detailing the core design decisions, achievements, challenges and lessons from the recently-shelved KYC utility project.
SGX RegCo chief Boon Gin Tan offers clarity around the regulatory obligations of listed companies that may choose to offer ICOs as a way to finance business growth.
Singapore can do more to prevent sanctions violations by domestic firms playing out on the international stage, says Eric A. Sohn at Dow Jones Risk & Compliance.
Technology will be critical to address inconsistencies in processes, practices and standards across ARFP-participating jurisdictions, says Calastone's Leo Chen.
New regulation could lead to industry consolidation and greater institutional money, said panellists at ASIFMA’s annual conference in Singapore.