China Construction Bank (Asia) has announced they will be implementing Wolter Kluwers, OneSumX Regulatory Reporting solution.
Hong Kong’s stock exchange is exploring the possibility of opening direct stock trade links with Taiwan, says its chairman, adding that it held initial talks with Taipei about a potential cross-border share trade.
HSBC Group’s threat to decamp from its London headquarters represents aggressive regulatory arbitrage and brinkmanship.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank may have to scale up its regulatory operations should British banking firm HSBC decide to relocate its headquarters in the city.
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.