The project to link the Shanghai and London stock exchanges has reportedly lost momentum in China, after earlier plans to launch in December were called off.
Hong Kong and Dutch regulators have set out a framework for the exchange of information and mutual recognition of funds registered in both jurisdictions.
Colombo's stock exchange has signed an MoU to list domestic government bonds in London and enable LSEG to support the development of Sri Lanka's capital markets.
HKEX will become the first Asian stock exchange to adopt Euroclear’s international central securities depository ETF settlement model, which allows trades in different markets to be settled in a central location.
The European Commission recognises Japan's rules on valuation, dispute resolution and margin exchange for uncleared OTC derivative contracts as equivalent to EMIR.
Under an updated MoU, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and SIX Swiss Exchange to explore the feasibility of developing a stock connect programme.
Standard Chartered Bank will pay $947mn to US authorities for poor AML controls and sanctions breaches, and $134mn to the UK FCA for AML breaches.
The FCA and ASIC have signed MoUs on trade repositories and alternative investment funds, and adopted existing equivalence decisions on their supervisory and regulatory regimes.
The European Commission recognises Singapore trading venues as MiFIR-compliant; MAS has exempted EU trading facilities from its markets licensing requirements.
Counterparties should start collecting the data they will need in May to perform calculations to determine whether they are subject to the clearing obligation.
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