Investment management firms with operations in Hong Kong must turn their attention to the new SFC Fund Manager Code of Conduct, which comes into force in four months.
The UK government’s Brexit white paper reveals disappointing support for London’s global role in financial regulations. London could be disintermediated as a financial centre.
At the RISE conference in Hong Kong this week, industry participants called for regulation in the crypto sector "earlier rather than later", to avoid backlash which could set the industry back.
With nine months to go before Britain’s scheduled exit from the EU, the effects of Brexit are largely unknown and will take years to resolve. Yet, banks and asset managers have already begun planning for the relocation of staff and...
The real cost of doing business in China was suddenly revealed with Credit Suisse’s settlements totalling $77 million with the SEC and DOJ over its alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by employing Chinese princelings and princesses.
Report by Quinlan & Associates suggests potential for digital transformation to deliver 10-15% boost in top-line revenues and 30% reduction in operating costs, with tail clients a key opportunity.
A recent IMFBlog post suggests policymakers and regulators are still unprepared to confront the stark moral and economic dilemmas in handling bank failures.
AML/CTF will be pushed further into the regulatory spotlight in coming months as China gears up for the fourth round of mutual evaluations led by the FATF and APG. Whatever the results of the exercise, it will serve as a...
Intense geopolitical rivalries and new technologies threaten a new Cold War by enabling weaponisation of the international payment system and disruption of the international financial order.
It’s impossible to separate Deutsche Bank’s ongoing regulatory compliance shortcomings from its business exigencies. The recent and unusual censure from the Federal Reserve highlights the bank’s inexorable pressures.
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