Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEx) plans to expand quotas for the cross-border stock program between Hong Kong and Shanghai, its top executive said.
Recent sanctions are forcing Russians to seek alternative financing platforms away from American and European influence.
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has released new norms on responsible company ownership by investors, urging them to have clear policies on voting and managing conflicts of interests.
Luxembourg's Financial Sector Surveillance Commission has given its go-ahead for more funds to invest in the Shanghai-Hong Kong cross-border stock scheme and more such approvals are likely soon.
The Securities and Futures Commission won court approval to liquidate China Metal Recycling Holdings Ltd, in a decision that bolsters the regulator’s authority to pursue overseas firms for wrongdoing.
Allowing mainland Chinese fund houses to invest in Hong Kong stocks under the Stock Connect scheme would boost turnover of the so-called through train programme, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing top executive said.
Foreign investors will be allowed to short sell select mainland Chinese shares on the Hong Kong-Shanghai trading program from next week, in the latest regulatory move to further open up China's stock market.
Hong Kong is requiring the city’s largest banks to set aside more capital to cushion against unexpected losses and pose less risk to the financial system.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd plans to add more stocks to be traded under the Shanghai-Hong Kong cross border trading scheme ahead of the proposed opening of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong link within the year.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has endorsed a revised code of banking practice that requires the city’s banks to uphold international banking practices in areas of disclosure and transparency, responsible business conduct and financial education.