The 10 day limit for stock suspensions compares to three months allowed previously for major asset restructurings, and up to five or six months in other cases.
The FSDC has given the green light to allow commercial banks to replenish their capital through issuing perpetual bonds. Bank of China likely to be the first to do so.
The second round of public consultation is open until 15 January, after stakeholders asked for more time to study the draft rules.
Malaysia's central bank has raised expectations on the board and senior management to ensure effective oversight and governance of outsourcing arrangements.
The committee is tasked with suggesting an adequate level of reserves for the central bank and proposing a policy for distributing dividends to the government.
An HKMA investigation found that JPMorgan Hong Kong failed to establish and maintain effective controls for handling wire transfers, conducting CDD and monitoring business relationships.
The asset management firm was both the buyer and seller in a transaction between two of its brokers, which the SFC deemed was a wash trade.
Up to 22 banks have announced plans to set up new wealth management subsidiaries which could end up taking market share from asset management firms.
South Korea's Upbit is alleged to have used bots to manipulate trading volumes and prices to attract investors to the exchange. Two officers and an employee have been indicted.
SEBI is examining whether legislative changes are required for the sandbox, as it seeks to enable the use of machine learning, artificial intelligence and blockchain in capital markets.
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