Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission said it will update a policy that will promote mergers in the domestic banking industry.
Bank Negara Malaysia, the country’s central bank, is revising guidelines on restructured and rescheduled (R&R) loans in a move that could impact the asset quality and earnings of local banks.
ESMA announces recognition of ten third-country CCPs established in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.
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Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has asked banks to increase their allowance for risk exposure when they extend credit and establish short term trade balances with Chinese banks.
Two Japanese and one Singaporean bank will become the first foreign banks to operate in Myanmar in over 50 years, after receiving final regulatory approval from the central bank.
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) said it will expand the daily price limit for stocks to a fall or rise of 10% from the current 7% effective June 1.
SWIFT has introduced a free-to-use utility that will help smaller institutions achieve compliance and reduce the cost and problems of procedures.
International rules that will require banks to post margin on certain derivative trades have been delayed by nine months as regulators recognised the tight timeline initially given the industry to comply.
Philippine central bank is increasing surveillance on shadow banking to ensure the stability of the financial system.