New task force to improve consumer protection by holding firms more accountable for unlawful sales of financial products and services.
New MoU to facilitate information exchange in the interest of investor protection, promoting competence and integrity of regulated entities, market and financial integrity, and maintaining financial stability.
SEBI alleged that a list of 37 companies that were under the regulator’s Additional Surveillance Measure was leaked before the public announcement was made by the BSE.
Goldman Sachs Seoul branch unable to buy back stock which it had sold short, indicating borrowed stocks were not in its possession at the time of short selling.
Banks required to report customers' foreign tax status by 30 June; customers that do not respond may have their accounts frozen or closed.
FSA to conduct interviews and on-site inspections on all of Japan’s banks and credit unions’ measures to prevent money laundering and illegal remittances.
Criminal charges brought by Australian regulators against bankers in the ANZ cartel case represent a challenge against practices traditionally considered the norm in global underwriting syndicate culture.
Controversy relates to a land purchase by BNM; proceeds used by government to partly settle debt owed by troubled state fund 1MDB.
AUSTRAC investigations revealed inadequate AML/CTF risk assessment and controls, leading to failures in monitoring transactions, submitting transaction reports, detecting money laundering.
Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and ANZ are facing criminal charges in Australia after an investigation revealed cartel behaviour in the trading of ANZ stock.