The automation of markets enables a wider movement towards valuing companies on their moral contributions to society as much as their ability to maximise profitability, says HKEX’s Adam Wielowieyski.
From 13 July, issuers can list derivative warrants, CBBCs and inline warrants for trading on the third trading day after the submission of their term sheets.
Under a pilot scheme, Greater Bay Area residents will be able to invest in wealth management products distributed by GBA banks across boundaries.
Ping An OneConnect Bank is inviting 200 SMEs and 2,000 retail customers to pilot test its virtual banking services in the HKMA's sandbox.
Once signed into law, the Act will authorise the use of sanctions against individuals, entities and financial institutions in response to China's new national security law for Hong Kong.
The HKMA and SFC will remove one entity that no longer conducts OTC derivatives business as its institutional services are now being provided by BofA Securities Inc, a new FSP.
Financial markets are still reeling from the regulatory implications of HSBC’s support for China’s national security law in Hong Kong, says Peter Guy.
Recent initiatives by HSBC to shift to lower-cost, digital-first services are largely seen as a response to new competition from virtual banks in Hong Kong.
The head of dealing "turned a blind eye" to internal control deficiencies in relation to third party deposits brought to her attention by its staff since 2013.
CSRC vice chairman Fang Xinghai says the launch of A-share based financial derivatives will bolster Hong Kong as an international financial centre, while also benefitting China's capital markets.