Reports indicate there is considerable support to raise the maximum fine for tax evasion from NT$60,000 to NT$100mn.
The FSS is outlining compensation guidelines and initiating dispute mediation proceedings for investors who lost money in derivative-linked funds.
Financial compensation totalling A$730,000 was offered to 215 clients who were harmed by poor advice, while another 21 clients received non-financial remediation.
The bill will provide amnesty to employers who have underpaid superannuation up to 27 years ago, if they disclose their failures within two years and repay the full amount.
SAFE has asked financial institutions to monitor for leveraged forex trading and blacklisted 43 FX firms amid signs that illegal capital outflows have been increasing.
A Singapore national was charged for providing money for terrorist purposes after he sent about $830 to an individual overseas who was said to have been facilitating terrorist acts.
The syndicate is said to have used fraudulently-obtained identities to steal millions of dollars from the superannuation and share trading accounts of innocent victims.
ASIC is using its product intervention power to end a practice that has to date enabled payday lenders to charge fees up to 1000% of the loan amount.
The move is aimed at increasing transparency and accountability in the financial sector, which will also enhance consumer confidence.
Of 105 investigations and court actions underway against financial institutions at the end of July, 86 related to the big four banks and AMP.