State-owned Land Bank of Taiwan aims to raise new funds through an initial public offering (IPO) in three years to strengthen its capital adequacy ratio, which lags behind peers, newly sworn-in chairman Shiu Kuang-si said.
The Financial Supervisory Commission is taking a tougher stand on the release of client notes by securities houses involving listed companies and their stock prices in a bid to curb market speculation.
Taiwan's top financial regulator is moving to consolidate the country's fragmented and over-crowded financial sector by engaging leaders of some of its largest banks in a dialogue.
Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission has relaxed regulation on private equity by allowing domestic asset managers to raise funds for commodity-linked PE investments.
Taiwan's financial regulator, the Financial Supervisory Commission, has approved applications of three local banks to open branches in Myanmar.
The Financial Supervisory Commission plans to ease investment restrictions on securities houses, allowing them more flexibility to expand overseas and grow into regional champions.
Taiwan's central bank warned of rising risk from China amid a slowing economic growth in the mainland which could adversely impact the financial sector.
Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission has given its go-ahead for non-financial companies to engage in online-to-offline payment services amid growing use of electronic stored-value cards for third-party payments.
Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) said it has conducted stress tests on banks that revealed lenders' ability to survive a potential housing crash.
Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission chairman William Tseng said the country’s companies have a total of US$4.97 billion in exposure to renminbi-linked target redemption forward (TRF) financial derivative products with unrealized losses valued at US$2 billion.