Korea has adjusted its domestic implementation schedule for the incoming requirements, taking into account the one-year phased extension announced by BCBS and IOSCO in July.
In the event of a default, Shanghai Clearing House can initiate rapid disposal of non-cash collateral, demand the disposal of a clearing member’s other assets, or perform a forced liquidation, among other measures.
Financial institutions should be treating the LIBOR transition as an opportunity to strengthen client relationships and win market share, says Matthieu Sachot at Chappuis Halder & Co.
ASX has finalised its updated guidance for clearing and settlement participants on their business continuity, disaster recovery and cyber resilience arrangements.
An umbrella VCC needs to file a single corporate income tax return, regardless of the number of sub-funds. GST and stamp duty will be applied at the sub-fund level.
The legally binding cyber hygiene requirements must be implemented by all MAS regulated financial institutions by 6 August 2020.
The so-called ‘NSE IFSC-SGX Connect’ is set to become operational by end-2020, ending a dispute between the two exchanges.
Regulation Asia sat down with DTCC's Oliver Williams to discuss how trade reporting has changed, and what firms in Asia should be doing to stay compliant.
The RBNZ is consulting on a draft bill that sets out New Zealand's new regulatory regime for financial market infrastructures.
The new rule requires investment managers to demonstrate ‘economic substance’ in Cayman to continue operating by setting up offices, moving teams over or outsourcing activities to local firms.