Some regulators regret that no bankers were imprisoned for their role in the 2008 financial crisis. But, is this realistic?
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has released a set of FAQs responding to questions raised in relation to its consultation package on super fund governance arrangements.
Crackdown on illegal lending and money-laundering operations in a bid to prevent outbound flows of stolen assets.
FSA wants domestic insurance companies to adopt an emerging set of international capital standards sometime around 2020.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced it has designated a number of card companies under the Payment Systems Act.
The National Stock Exchange of India has started its new incentive scheme for market makers to boost liquidity in exchange traded funds.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has named seven banks that breached data rules requiring them not to store unsecured cardholders' names on contactless chips.
Union-backed superannuation funds are urging Australia’s prime minister to scrap new legislation which would force them to ensure that one-third of directors including the chairman are independent.
David Murray has pointed the finger at superannuation fund trustees and a distortive tax system for Australia's underdeveloped corporate bond market, which he says is hurting companies and retirees.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has asked credit rating agencies to suggest ways to avoid rating suspensions if a company stops providing adequate information.