Singapore is taking a leap forward in how its financial services industry detects and combats financial crime, says Jamil Ahmed.
New research suggests more meaningful financial crime prevention may be achieved with targeted investments in higher risk areas.
The key to designing a robust FRTB implementation plan lies in having a firm grasp of the local rule-making process, says Kishore Ramakrishnan.
New framework aims to broaden sustainability reporting and embrace double materiality but faces long path to law.
Michael Tang discusses SGX's progressive approach to sustainability reporting, and the need for boards to consider what is best suited for the business, its operations and stakeholders.
Panellists at Regulation Asia’s ESG Tech & Data event discussed the need for methodology transparency and better company reporting.
Deputy governor Chuchi Fonacier explains the BSP's policy approach to sustainability, highlighting the central bank's role as an 'enabler', 'mobiliser' and 'doer'.
An appropriate regulatory regime that safeguards investors and fosters innovation will allow society to benefit from DEXs and DeFi generally, says DLA Piper's Kristi Swartz.
Interpol’s Rory Corcoran says environmental crime is funding global terrorism and organised crime, while also impacting the sustainability agenda.
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