The Ministry of Finance has proposed to defer a professional-investor-only requirement, and delay a requirement for large issuers to have a credit rating.
The legislation changes the central bank's mandate, shifts crypto sector oversight to OJK, makes a digital rupiah legal tender, and introduces a carbon trading framework.
Banks can borrow at 1% and on-lend the funds at 5%, to help borrowers finance new capital machinery and other equipment required for green industrialisation.
Vietnam is the third country to launch a JETP, after South Africa at COP26 and Indonesia at last month's G20 Leaders’ summit.
In an ASIFMA survey, capital market participants ranked Singapore as the top market for its political environment and predictable and transparent regulatory policy.
ASIFMA has published guidance on investors’ expectations on gender diversity to support understanding, engagement and disclosures among issuers.
The first two phases will focus on experimentation with a wholesale CBDC. The third and final stage will involve end-to-end integration with a retail CBDC.
The CBSL is working to address a local currency liquidity deficit in the banking system. Banks can continue to hold 90% NSFR until year-end.
Different tactics are required across the region for institutional investors looking to hold corporates to account on net zero strategies.
Bangladesh Bank calls on banks and NBFIs to help stop over- and under-invoicing as they are causing the government to lose revenue and foreign currency.
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