The code was facilitated by MAS and developed in consultation with ABS by ACCESS, the Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Start-ups, Singapore.
The initiative is aimed at encouraging more multinational companies to set up their regional headquarters in Shanghai, which seeks status as a global financial centre.
APRA is consulting on changes to the implementation schedule for initial margin requirements in Australia, in line with the one-year phased extension granted by BCBS and IOSCO last month.
APRA wants to send a message to the insurance and super sectors that it expects the same high standards of risk management, including for non-financial risks, as it does for banks.
Regulators are adopting behavioural science tools pioneered by the Dutch central bank in their supervisory efforts, and firms are taking notice, says Stephen Scott at Starling.
The RBI has set a minimum net worth criteria of $35,000 for sandbox participants, half the amount specified in April’s draft.
The FSC and FSS have jointly announced a set of measures designed to simplify the approval process for innovative businesses in finance.
The release of the new debt-to-income data comes as the government considers including it as an additional tool in the RBNZ’s macro-prudential toolkit.
The Overseas Filipino Bank was launched in January to cater to overseas Filipino workers, who will more easily be able to access digital-only services.
Banks are mandated to lend a portion of their funds to priority sectors. Allowing NBFCs to serve as middlemen for such lending provides them a liquidity backstop.