The FSA has issued a number of business improvement orders to Nomura after it was revealed that its employees had shared sensitive stock market information with clients.
The bank reportedly extended loans to persons connected to 'antisocial forces', and potentially executed over 100 fraudulent real estate loans.
The announcement follows an ETF Connectivity Agreement signed by JPX and the SSE last month, where both agreed to establish an system for cross-listings of ETFs.
The paper classifies machine learning systems into 12 types and discusses the vulnerabilities, threats and corresponding countermeasures for each, focusing on the financial sector.
The FSA will reportedly order Nomura Securities to strengthen controls and systems to prevent recurrence of a recent information leak.
T+2 settlement to go live in Japan following working group discussions and the successful completion of operational checks.
The Consortium will serve as a platform to pursue climate-related financial disclosures and decide how the disclosed information will be used in investment decisions.
The Japanese consortium adds nearly 100 more companies, including banks, to the growing list of firms that support the TCFD recommendations on climate risk disclosures.
The FSA is looking to conduct an experiment to explore the use of AI to read and analyse the data in annual securities reports published by listed companies.
In preparation for this year's FATF review, Japanese banks will reportedly terminate counter services for overseas remittances that bypass bank accounts.
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