The regulatory has prescribed new limits for debt mutual funds’ investment in unlisted, unrated and credit enhanced securities, and tightened sector and group level exposure limits.
The FSB has now published the final governance arrangements for both the UTI and UPI, while CPMI-IOSCO has published the same for the other critical data elements.
Respondents to an April 2018 consultation strongly supported an increase in the compensation limit, among other proposals, which the SFC expects to implement in early 2020.
The move will help improve trading liquidity at close, simplify trading operations for market participants, and standardise closing times for equities.
Assets in the cross-border feeder ETFs have dropped in the three months since the scheme was launched, by more than two-thirds in the case of the Japan-invested assets.
Two former directors of proprietary trading company Joerik Financial were jailed for fraud and dishonest conduct in relation to the trading of futures contracts.
A new consultation paper outlines four options for changes to the roll structure and order management functionality for the 3 and 10 Year Treasury Bond Futures contracts.
The reports describe progress by IOSCO members to adopt legislation, regulation and other policies covering MMF and securitisation, considered priority reform areas by the G20.
New FAQs make clear that deviations from the new rules after 4 October will not automatically be seen as noncompliance or result in disciplinary action.
Securities, asset management and venture capital firms can obtain a license to operate a fund which raises capital from investors to list on the KRX and invests in unlisted companies.