South Korea's regulator plans to tighten futures and options trading rules to limit risks of severe price swings in the market.
Prudent management of these risks together with effective supervisory oversight is critical in protecting the safety and soundness of banks.
The European Union agreed to an overhaul of securities markets following more than two years of complex negotiations.
With the recent rise of Bitcoin across the globe, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) writes a cautionary letter to authorized institutions (AI) in the city state about virtual currencies.
A Singapore government-wide National Risk Assessment (NRA) exercise over two years has found in many sectors a robust regime to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
After pressure from banks, the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision has softened their requirements for calculation of a banks' leverage ratio.
Five Chinese firms announced on Monday that they had postponed their initial public offerings (IPOs) after China's stock regulator said overnight it would strengthen its supervision of IPOs.
The People’s Bank of China (PBC) and the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) jointly announced further regulation to better manage risks associated with credit asset backed securities.
The high and volatile global commodity prices have posed considerable challenges to the domestic monetary policy in several commodity importing countries.
Regulators are looking to complement their existing 'too big too fail' financial organizations with those from the non-bank, non-insurance sector.
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