Chinese police have launched a nationwide campaign against underground banks to curb money laundering and illegal funds transfers that occur outside approved banking channels.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has proposed new rules aimed at strengthening the effectiveness of its enforcement regime in deterring market misconduct.
Taiwan’s government gives green light to use NT$500 billion fund to stabilise stock market.
China’s cabinet is currently deliberating a draft law to remove the 75 percent loan-to-deposit cap on bank lending.
CSRC announced that Hong Kong and Macau securities brokerages will be allowed to set up fully licensed units in parts China.
Credit default swaps were the market’s equivalent of a nuclear meltdown. Now they are coming back. Will any amount of regulation prevent the next big one?
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has announced new commodity market norms effective from September 28 – the date it has set to merge with the Forward Markets Commission.
China's State Council has announced it will allow up to 30 percent of locally managed pension funds to be invested in domestic stocks and stock-linked funds, potentially channeling hundreds of billions into the stock market.
The Australia Securities and Investment Commission has published its third report detailing the approach it takes to the regulation of corporate finance issues.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has published its final policy positions for changes to Loan-to-Value Ratio restriction rules, requiring a 30 percent deposit from Auckland rental property investors to secure mortgages.
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