Australia's Clean Energy Regulator has invited 13 companies including ASX to participate in an RFP to develop an exchange-traded market and registry for carbon offset units.
Increased scrutiny from US, EU and UK regulators have forced asset managers to review current practices for classifying funds as ESG-focused.
SEC chairman Viraj Dayaratna described the new law as “futuristic”, saying it will help to increase market liquidity and attract foreign investment.
Three foreign firms and six local firms are accused of disturbing market order through their negative influence on stock prices.
The new fund will enable domestic investors in China to invest offshore in financially stressed and distressed companies, predominantly in Europe.
Stock exchanges may choose to offer T+1 settlement on any scrip, after providing the market advance notice of at least one month.
Hong Kong is exploring opportunities to establish a unified carbon market in the Greater Bay Area, leveraging the Guangdong ETS and Shenzhen ETS.
The CSRC will organise on-site inspections to ensure securities and fund practitioners adhere to professional ethics obligations and improve governance.
IOSCO members are encouraged to consider six measures carefully in the context of their legal and regulatory frameworks.
The enhancement will allow clearing participants to submit position adjustments requests directly at DCASS Online, replacing the existing paper-based workflow.
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