The March 2017 prohibition order barring former banker Tim Leissner for 10 years was based on limited information; US DOJ charges provided evidence of his involvement in 1MDB fund flows.
US officials have asked Hong Kong to bolster sanctions enforcement as Huawei's deputy chairwoman stands accused of violating Iran sanctions through a Hong Kong shell company.
The US SEC has filed charges against an outsourced IT contractor for trading on inside information while working at the Singapore branch of an investment bank.
The probe has been ongoing since late 2017, where MUFG is alleged to have intentionally ignored internal controls meant to prevent it doing business with sanctioned entities.
The US and Luxembourg join a string of international jurisdictions that have agreed to cooperate with ASIC in the development of their fintech and regtech sectors.
New 'Global Access' platform enables access to cash and derivatives markets on international exchanges; connectivity with CME Group exchanges already established.
In a white paper, Giancarlo proposes an alternative cross-border framework that pursues multilateralism and gives deference to non-US jurisdictions with comparable G20 swaps reforms.
Agencies in both countries will share information on terrorist financing and serious financial crime under a regulatory MoU.
SEC commissioner Robert Jackson Jr reportedly urged Singapore and Hong Kong to maintain close oversight over companies with dual class share structures to mitigate against corporate governance risks.
A trader placed multiple large orders on CME and CBOT futures contracts from Mizuho's Singapore office with no intention of executing them.