MAS is equipping itself with advanced tools that will allow for culture and conduct to be evaluated in a more systematic way, say Jeff Kupfer and Stephen Scott at Starling.
Hong Kong and Singapore’s data protection authorities have signed an MOU to strengthen cooperation on personal data protection.
FSC chairman Choi Jong-ku is concerned with excessive intra-affiliate transactions among non-financial affiliates and opaque capital injections at Korea's family-run business conglomerates.
KRX probe to determine if Citadel's HFT algorithm breached fair trade rules; Merrill Lynch reprimand to be decided following alleged market disruption.
SGX wants to reduce its reliance on equity index derivatives by aggressively pushing into the FX markets over the next five years.
The appointment took employees by surprise on Friday as it was announced by an anti-corruption body official installed at ICBC rather than by the bank's own chief.
Between five Australian regulatory agencies, over 75,000 pages of regulatory materials have been published, compared to only 9500 pages of enabling legislation.
For a one-month period in July, temporary trading will be allowed for SET listed securities that have been suspended for three months consecutively.
SEBI wants to institute a process that incentivises timely reporting of instances of insider trading and provides for the granting of rewards to whistleblowers.
The PBOC introduced the credit risk mitigation tool last year to support bond issuances by private firms. Bank of Jinzhou will be the first to issue interbank CDs under the initiative.