Data has never been more essential to making informed decisions, particularly in private markets where internal data at financial institutions is typically thin.
In a recent Bureau van Dijk webinar, industry experts examined how data, technology and AI can help mitigate the risk of criminals benefitting from the Covid-19 cash pump.
With the first interest rate swap transaction referencing the new Singapore Overnight Rate Average, the island state hopes to stay ahead of regional peers.
Eric A. Sohn at Dow Jones Risk & Compliance discusses what is needed for the US to agree to a mechanism for humanitarian trade with North Korea.
Advances in digital identification technology can mitigate the unpleasant rise in pandemic-related financial crime. A top regulator, banker and lawyer join forces with Refinitiv to discuss how.
Exacerbated by a seven-week stock market shut down, foreign investors sold large quantities of Sri Lankan bank stocks following a ban on bank dividends this month.
The raft of government measures designed to stave off corporate raiders is unlikely to abate soon, compliance practitioners say.
China has scrapped the quota of its two leading inbound investment programmes, but the move appears unlikely to give its onshore capital markets a shot in the arm.
Pierre Latrobe at Mazars discusses recent HKMA initiatives taken in response to Covid-19 and their implications for Hong Kong banks, highlighting credit risk as a growing threat.
US authorities may be signalling their intent to increasingly use the PATRIOT Act to gain access to foreign bank records in DPRK sanctions investigations, says Nick Turner at Steptoe & Johnson.