The European Commission has adopted equivalence decisions for Australian and Singapore financial benchmarks, but repealed existing equivalence for credit rating agencies.
The changes follow the RBNZ's revocation of ANZ's right to model its operational risk capital requirements in May.
Australia's fourth largest bank says the personal data uploaded to servers without authorisation was not copied or further disclosed, and has since been deleted.
New Zealand joins Australia, Japan and Thailand in having implemented the legal and regulatory requirements to enable the Asia Region Funds Passport.
ASIC has asked market operators not to admit any managed funds that do not disclose their portfolio holdings daily and have internal market makers, while it undertakes a review of its regulatory settings.
Announced last month, the new licensing regime will require financial advisers to operate under a new transitional licence from June 2020.
ANZ charged fees on transactions between its customers' own accounts, despite the fees only being applicable to transactions made to "another person or business".
Macquarie, Rabobank and HSBC had provisions in group funding agreements that could allow funding to be withdrawn in a stress scenario, potentially undermining their stability.
The FMA is prioritising governance, culture, systems and controls, as well as mechanisms to deter misconduct and facilitate informed decision-making by investors and customers.
Key proposals include limits on the financial performance component of variable compensation, a 7-year deferral period for executive bonuses, and claw back for up to 4 years.
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