The latest monitoring exercise indicates that all banks are meeting CET1 and LCR requirements, but that the biggest banks' capital ratios have fallen for the first time.
China's banking regulator has issued new rules requiring mandatory disclosure of NSFR every six months, and additional public disclosures of NSFR data on banks' websites.
The inaugural enforcement report reveals that MAS issued S$16.8mn in financial penalties and S$698,000 in civil penalties over 18 months.
BOCHK has been granted regulatory approval to launch a pilot scheme that enables Hong Kong citizens to open a personal bank account in the mainland, remotely.
The FICC Markets Standards Board, in its 2018 annual report, highlighted key achievements to enhance standards of behaviour in wholesale FICC markets.
The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum has endorsed a roadmap for promoting sustainable investment and launched a framework for cross-border publication of research.
Following a string of penalties against banks last month, the RBI has asked banks to improve their monitoring of the origin and end use of loan funds.
The consultation follows the government's recent expansion of AFCA’s remit allowing it to handle legacy complaints dating back to 1 January 2008.
The Metropolitan Clearing Corporation of India is the first Indian clearing corporation to receive recognition from under the UK's temporary recognition regime.
Eleven firms have so far announced plans to list on the new board, six of which are already traded on OTC markets or other exchanges.