KRX launches new market surveillance system based on artificial intelligence; reduces time to secure data on suspicious transactions from 5 days to 1 hour.
Markets safer and more resilient 10 years post-GFC, but regulatory complexities and rapidly-changing risk landscapes persist as challenges to the industry.
Newly released restricted ADI licencing framework allows entities to conduct a limited range of activities for two years before fully meeting regulatory requirements.
ASIC deepened its support of regtech with natural language processing trials; signifies regulator’s starting point in its evolving approach to new technologies.
While Hong Kong struggles to reduce and contain money laundering activities at existing financial institutions, the role of cryptocurrencies in undermining compliance and enforcement capabilities is overlooked.
Regulator is taking steps to discourage exchanges from trading privacy-focused cryptocurrencies favoured by criminals such as Monero, Dash, Zcash.
Regulator warns that Australian corporate and consumer law applies, even for overseas ICOs, if Australian consumers are affected.
FSC to dedicate committee of experts to assessing banking, insurance, securities licenses; aimed at boosting transparency, efficiency, lowering entry barriers.
Blockchain technology is ushering in a new epoch of monetary oversight, creating opportunities and challenges for regulators in a world disrupted by the advent of cryptocurrencies.
New DLT system to provide more efficient clearing, settlement and other post-trade services through improved record keeping, reduced reconciliation, more timely transactions, better quality data.