Speaking at the Summit, BOE governor Mark Carney lauded Japan's support for the TCFD, but said more needs to be done globally to enhance climate-related financial disclosures.
HKEX says the merger is still strategically compelling but it has not been able to engage with LSEG's management in realising its vision.
DTCC's Purtini Joshi outlines three key challenges firms need to address to ensure compliance with Phase 5 and Phase 6 implementation of initial margin regulations.
The new rules from Bank Indonesia will take effect from June 2020, but the first CCPs for derivatives markets are unlikely to be operational until 2023.
In a new consultation paper, the RBNZ proposes legislative changes that would allow it to take on a more active monitoring and coordination role in the cash system.
The new standard will re-use ISO 20022 components to ensure interoperability with Hong Kong's clearing and settlement systems, facilitating the next phases of open banking in the city.
S&P Global Ratings says Hong Kong’s approach to open banking makes it hard for third-party service providers to participate, limiting the potential of the new digital ecosystem.
The FICC Markets Standards Board offers guidance to help fixed income and commodities market participants understand what information can be shared, internally and otherwise.
The Philippine central bank has simplified the registration process for payment system operators, and created a new consolidated manual of regulations to facilitate compliance.
The reports describe progress by IOSCO members to adopt legislation, regulation and other policies covering MMF and securitisation, considered priority reform areas by the G20.