Japan’s parliament approved a government proposal to appoint Waseda University Prof. Yutaka Harada to the Bank of Japan’s Policy Board and other government-sought appointments at public bodies.
Japan and South Korea have agreed to end their 14-year-old currency swap arrangement this month.
The Financial Services Agency plans to allow businesses to procure small amounts of funding from the general public by issuing shares online.
Taiwan will study the possibility of launching a cross-border stock trading scheme with Japan in a bid to boost internationalization of the local bourse, said the country's top financial regulator.
New York state has fined PricewaterhouseCoopers $25m and suspended some consulting work for two years after it altered a report to regulators on sanctions and money-laundering controls for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd.
Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party will urge government to establish “super regional banks” to help revitalize the economy during the nation's unorthodox bid to beat deflation.
The Financial Services Agency of Japan and the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission sign a memorandum of cooperation on supervision of regulated entities.
Japanese financial authorities decline to take responsibility for the crypto-currency.
The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission seeks to penalise Select Vantage Inc. for stock manipulation.
Japanese brokers are urging the regulator to revamp a scheme that waives taxes on investments of up to 1 million yen for five years.