Algorithmic electronic trading strategies in Asia appear to be poised for continued growth; however, more consistent regulatory regimes are required to promote further development of the market.
The Ministry of Finance is rolling out new measures to boost tax collection.
Indonesia’s financial industry regulator is urging the government to review the dividend policy for state-owned lenders.
The Financial Supervisory Commission plans to relax rules as early as next quarter to facilitate securities firms' reinvestment efforts overseas.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has asked Congress to pass a bill easing restrictions on foreign banks investing in the country.
The Central Bank of Myanmar mulls the granting of independent operating licenses to at least five foreign banks in July.
Malaysian Banks have been told to have a minimum collective assessment (CA) ratio of 1.2% by the end of next year.
The Philippine central bank is eyeing new measures to further develop the country's capital markets.
With the launch of a new asset management group, ASIFMA aims to act as a collective voice of the asset management industry in the region.
Indonesia’s central bank and several big commercial lenders signed a repurchase agreement, in a move to bolster the domestic money market and elevate the nation’s sovereign debt status.