China has held a launch ceremony for the new board, termed the 'SSE STAR Market'. Trading is expected to commence within 2 months with about 30 companies.
Authorities in Singapore and the UK have agreed to enhance cooperation in cyber security, data connectivity, talent development and green finance.
The RBA recommends the introduction of an enforceable sanctions regime and possible financial penalties for NPP participants that do not support core capabilities within a specific period of time.
AUSTRAC has ordered 'buy-now, pay-later' service firm Afterpay to undergo an independent audit to its compliance with AML/CTF laws.
A new paper from Greenwich Associates says DLT cannot replace settlement infrastructure entirely without imposing the very costs it was designed to reduce.
It is difficult to see how prior regulatory approval of every transfer of personal data from China is workable, says Hogan Lovells partner Mark Parsons.
The new framework will impose higher capital charges by applying higher risk weights on mortgage loans that are seen as more risky, especially interest-only or investor loans.
Grace Chong at global law firm Simmons & Simmons analyses the implications of MAS' Individual Accountability and Conduct Guidelines, and sets out the practical steps to be taken.
An FSA report which highlighted the insufficiency of Japan's pension system has been withdrawn by the government ahead of a national election.
The FSC has approved six more fintech services for the regulatory sandbox, bringing the total number of approved companies to 32.