Listed companies are required to disclose information on their governance of climate-related risks and opportunities, and the actual and potential impacts of their activities on climate.
The bank and its insurance unit were fined for lax controls on entertainment spending and for awarding bonuses to sales staff who hadn't sold any products, among other failures.
In March, the FSC will announce which banks qualify to issue new structured note products, after the regulator eased regulations on the investment targets they can be linked to.
TWSE listed companies with end-2019 paid-in capital over $500mn will be required to publish informational materials in both Chinese and English from 1 July.
The launch of TAIFEX's real-time data feed will coincide with the TWSE's introduction of a continuous trading mechanism for equities in March.
The FSC's Financial Examination Bureau will reportedly focus on compliance with rules on AML, corporate governance, information security, consumer protection and personal data protection.
The new rules ask Taiwan's five D-SIBs to keep their capital ratios 2 percentage points higher than other banks, compared to 4 percentage points higher in the previous version.
The overseas parent, subsidiary, branch office or representative office of Taiwan-listed companies may adopt the identity of a foreign institutional investor to register collective investment accounts for their overseas foreign employees.
Taiwan will relax its rules on financial products, expanding its OBU business, and boost the resilience and innovativeness of Taiwanese financial institutions.
Under a proposed new system, brokerage firms would perform the role of market makers for a guaranteed number of stocks, effectively making low-liquidity stocks easier to trade.