Whistleblowers will be eligible for rewards up to $139,000 and, if culpable themselves, for amnesty or settlement with SEBI.
Shenzhen’s ChiNext board has begun work to prepare for adoption of a registration-based IPO system, currently in use at Shanghai’s new tech board.
ASIC will investigate the steps licensed entities are taking to end grandfathered conflicted remuneration for financial advisers and whether the benefits are passed on to clients.
MAS published a draft large exposures framework in early 2018, trying to meet the BCBS timeline for adoption in January 2019. The final rules will now take effect in October next year.
Under the proposed law, Australians would face up to two years’ jail and A$25,200 in fines if cash transactions between business and individuals exceed A$10,000.
Supported by the MAS and Singapore's major banks, the project seeks to help wealth managers address money laundering risks with new AI and machine learning capabilities.
Goldman is seeking to bring its China business in line with its operations in other parts of the world – as its local partner folds its operations into the joint venture.
The former branch manager has already received a permanent ban from ASIC for making false and misleading statements to NAB in relation to 24 home loan applications.
In a new white paper, the WFE explores potential ways for commodity derivatives exchanges to address the impact of sustainability.
The individuals, including a news editor, were fined for spreading ‘fabricated’ news that the CSRC blames for stock market declines in late January.