FSB soon to finalise rules which seek to tackle banks being "too big to fail" and prevent taxpayers from having to bail out troubled institutions.
Presents findings from an in-depth study on the development and functioning of corporate bond markets in Emerging Market Economies
BSE told brokers that it will seek approval from SEBI to launch a commodity segment.
Japan’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) is seeking public comments on issues relating to the adoption and improvement of the country’s stewardship and governance codes.
New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority has issued a consultation paper on whether charities issuing debt securities should be subject to standard disclosure obligations.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India is considering tightening regulations relating to risk management for agricultural commodities derivatives.
SBI and ICICI bank get permanent seat at the joint lenders forum for distressed assets.
The Stockbrokers Association of Australia has warned that proposals to increase industry funding of the corporate regulator may impose greater costs on brokerage firms, prompting more industry rationalisation and stifling innovation.
China is considering an innovative plan to allow QDIIs to launch funds which can invest in securities both at home and abroad.