Ben Pott, head of government affairs at NEX Group, suggests Brexit and the time taken to resolve US-EU CCP issue, make equivalency rulings unlikely.
CBRC chief adviser and former SFC chief Dr Andrew Sheng says regulation risks pro-cyclicality when real economy requires structural change.
Taskforce says regulators will need to start upskilling staff; adopt artificial intelligence, machine learning and other tech to ensure effective supervision.
Japanese Bankers Association says data elements should be narrower; concerned about cost of reporting given different collateral settlement timings.
Trade organisation says move to local CCPs could push up initial margin costs by 20% or more; cites Australian equivalency model.
This accounting standard isn’t just for accountants – entire banks will have to seek succour in prudence, targeting better clients and sounder transactions.
Peril, innovation or salvation - the spectre of a cashless economy means different things to everyone.
Regulation Asia met Dr Federico Lupo-Pasini during the CUHK (Chinese University of Hong Kong) Asia FDI Forum III to discuss his research on international investment disputes as they relate to supervisory decisions and prudential policy.
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