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.
Korea Exchange members can now directly market options on local indexes and 31 individual stocks to US institutional investors.
Cooperation arrangement focuses on information sharing and facilitating referrals of fintech firms between Singapore and the US.
Legislative efforts in the EU to bring non-EU clearinghouses under EMIR has elicited sharp responses from the CFTC chairman, who said that only US regulation can apply to US derivatives markets.
The exchanges will explore opportunities to promote dual listings, depository receipts, ETFs and broader market development initiatives.