Adding to the European Commission's $1.2bn fine last month, Citigroup, Barclays, RBS, JP Morgan and MUFG have been fined $91mn by the Swiss Competition Commission.
The statement from the Chinese Communist Party's anti-corruption body did not provide details the alleged misconduct.
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.
Financial institutions need to build trust, inclusivity and sustainability in order to be a force for good, MAS managing director Ravi Menon said in a speech on Monday.
Reports indicate the RBI had found large discrepancies in bad debt reported by banks for the 2015-2016 period, particularly in the cases of Axis Bank and YES Bank.
The penalty was the result of close cooperation and information sharing between MAS and the UK FCA, which had referred the case and provided investigative assistance.
Senior officials at an SGX RegCo symposium said the regulator will take a more active role in protecting investor interests through greater enforcement action and whistleblower protection.
Over 4 years, approximately 42 million orders containing incorrect or omitted regulatory data were submitted to ASX and Chi-X.
Almost three-quarters of Asia Pacific organisations have been victims of financial crime in the past year, according to recently published survey results by Refinitiv.
China Merchants Securities has received a second fine this week, this time for using funds from client trust accounts for purposes not allowed under the SFC's Client Money Rules.