80% of firms cite compliance and regulatory issues a “chief” obstacle to trade finance.
CIPS translates into geopolitical, transnational banking power by obviating American oversight.
Global banking regulators have decided to allow lenders to keep using credit rating agencies to help them determine how much capital they need to hold to cover credit risks.
China has issued draft regulations governing automated trading on three exchanges which include the adoption of a net daily purchase quota for some securities.
Majority of respondents supportive of the proposal to establish local resolution regime in line with FSB standards.
Intention to promote fund providers’ self-compliance and reduce the overall processing time without compromising investor protection.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission is proposing guidelines for brokerages and wealth management firms to strengthen supervision of clients' transactions.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has issued a consultation paper on proposed amendments to implement revisions to the Basel III Capital Framework.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission has extended the deadline for Phase 3B Reporting Entities to start reporting derivative transactions until December 4, 2015.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has issued a consultation paper on a set of proposed disclosure requirements to complement the Liquidity Coverage Ratio requirement for banks.