Senior officials at an SGX RegCo symposium said the regulator will take a more active role in protecting investor interests through greater enforcement action and whistleblower protection.
Senior management will be held accountable for failures to put in place effective policies, procedures and controls for handling third-party deposits and payments.
Bursa Malaysia is proposing rule amendments to facilitate the introduction of new CDS eServices via 'Bursa Anywhere' - a new electronic platform.
The minimum deposit requirements will be abolished for professional investors and eased for retail investors. The minimum 20-hour compulsory training requirement will be reduced.
FSC chairman Choi Jong-ku has repeatedly called for a cut in the securities transaction tax to ease the burden it places on stock and mutual fund trades.
Under the proposed framework, entities regulated by SEBI will be granted certain facilities and flexibilities to experiment with innovative solutions in a live environment and on real customers.
New rules from the PBOC and SAFE give freedom to CDR issuers to elect whether to keep the proceeds in China or send them abroad.
The move comes just after the central bank allowed banks to exclude investments in non-listed securities from their capital market exposure calculations.
Revising the listing rules will be a key agenda item at a 1 June meeting between the SEC and SET, as the current rules may be too restrictive for SMEs.
SEBI requires debenture trustees to continuously disclose the status of interest and redemption payments, meaning that any default or delay of payment will be disclosed within a day of the due date.