A trading suspension would be imposed if a listed company’s auditor has issued a disclaimer or adverse opinion on the company’s financial statements.
The FSC plans to ease rules that are said to limit the shareholder rights of domestic private equity funds and put them on even footing with foreign funds.
Brokerages and fund houses should ensure a “concise and transparent” network of overseas subsidiaries and ensure foreign units focus on the core business and not conduct any non-financial business.
The draft guidelines will ban price manipulation in any financial instrument or benchmark rate and require market participants to put in place internal policies to monitor for market abuse.
PBOC and MOF have issued guidelines clarifying the requirements for foreign governments and institutions issuing interbank bonds in China.
FTSE Russell to include China A-shares in global and emerging market benchmarks in three tranches; MSCI consults on increasing China weighting over two years.
SEC commissioner Robert Jackson Jr reportedly urged Singapore and Hong Kong to maintain close oversight over companies with dual class share structures to mitigate against corporate governance risks.
A trader placed multiple large orders on CME and CBOT futures contracts from Mizuho's Singapore office with no intention of executing them.
The move is aimed at increasing investment into Chinese equities even as regulators take steps to reduce the risk posed by such products to bank balance sheets.
The SFC will require better environmental and climate risk disclosures by listed companies and asset managers, and will work with HKEX to promote green financial products.