Hong Kong Monetary Authority has issued the revised capital and liquidity rules for the banking sector in view of the second phase of Basel III requirements which will take effect from January next year.
Regulatory concerns surrounding the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect including the issue of tax on share gains have compelled asset managers and banks to ask the city’s regulator for a month’s notice before implementing the cross-border stock scheme.
Hong Kong has issued new guidelines for the banking industry on how to meet its data protection obligations amid rising number of complaints against banks’ privacy protection practices.
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The Securities and Futures Commission has warned against inaccurate reports and late filing on short positions, noting that a contravention of rules without a reasonable excuse may constitute a criminal offence.
Reconciling the contradictions and problems of dual class shares for the Hong Kong market will define its future.
Ashley Alder has been appointed for a second three-year term as chief executive of the Securities and Futures Commission.
The Securities and Futures Commission is recommending that the the city’s stock exchange tighten its vetting process for Growth Enterprise Market-listed (GEM) companies that seek listing on the main board.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has asked Beijing to lift the cap on the amount of yuan local residents can convert as part efforts by the city's de facto central bank to boost the amount of mainland currency in the...
Hong Kong regulators are seeking industry views on recommendations to improve a scheme that provides a financial safety net for depositors in the event of a banking crisis.
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