Brokers issuing ETNs must have a net worth exceeding $325mn and a capital adequacy ratio of at least 250%.
The solution ensures data integrity and quality before delivery to CME Group or DTCC Asia licensed trade repositories.
Investors will be allowed to buy a maximum of 1% of a company's total shares starting 17 September, a rule aimed at preventing error trades.
PBOC, CSRC and NAFMII will collaborate on unified regulations and processes for ratings in the interbank and exchange-traded bond markets.
The exchanges will explore opportunities to promote dual listings, depository receipts, ETFs and broader market development initiatives.
SEBI may be going back on new rules restricting non-resident Indians and persons of Indian origin from investing in India via the FPI route.
LegCo member Christopher Cheung met with SFC chairman Carlson Tong to represent broker concerns on potential margin lending restrictions.
The link will give international investors access to Thai funds and in due course provide Thai investors access to international funds markets.
An increase in stock buybacks by listed companies will help stabilise the A-share market following year-to-date losses of near 20%.
SEBI says fund industry’s claims that new rules barring non-resident Indians from investing via the FPI route will lead to $75bn in outflows is “preposterous", but has agreed to review the norms and provide recommendations.