Taiwan has achieved very significant progress in a short period of time, and supervisors have significantly influenced compliance in a positive way, the APG says in its mutual evaluation report.
Monday will mark the first time Nasdaq-100 index futures are listed outside the US, the result of a collaboration between CME Group and TAIFEX.
Reports indicate there is considerable support to raise the maximum fine for tax evasion from NT$60,000 to NT$100mn.
The move follows push back from some banks, saying that the higher capital buffer required of D-SIBs could raise funding costs and make them less competitive.
Banks cannot have executives or board members serving concurrently as directors or supervisors at the virtual banks in which they are invested.
The APG has adopted mutual evaluation reports for the Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Taiwan and the Solomon Islands – due to be published in October.
The three digital only bank licences went to conglomerates led by Japan's LINE Group; Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom; and Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc.
Currently, odd-lot trading is only permitted after-hours. Allowing intraday odd-lots trades is expected to boost retail stock market participation and increase daily turnover.
Fundraising through STOs will be capped at TWD300mn; individual investors will be allowed to purchase up to TWD300,000 worth of security tokens.
Chinese investors who buy shares of Taiwan listed companies without authorisation will be fined based on their investment amount. The maximum fine is now TWD 25 million.