SEBI's consultation paper seeks feedback on the issuance of dual class shares by companies already listed in India and those that may be in future.
The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum has endorsed a roadmap for promoting sustainable investment and launched a framework for cross-border publication of research.
Eleven firms have so far announced plans to list on the new board, six of which are already traded on OTC markets or other exchanges.
The SFC has extended the deadline for compliance with new rules requiring firms to ensure client suitability when selling complex products by two months.
A new ASIFMA paper provides policy recommendations for making China's capital markets easier to access and more attractive to foreign institutional investors.
The deferment means Singapore Exchange will be able to continue offering SGX Nifty products until a long term solution is agreed.
New rules will limit cryptocurrency margin trading to two-to-four times initial deposits and require exchanges offering margin facilities to register separately with government.
Kai Loon Loh and Patrick Phua at global law firm Ashurst sum up the key takeaways from the MAS response to consultative feedback and the now-finalised mandatory trading regulations.
BOCI Securities failed to comply with requirements relating to client profiling, product due diligence, and suitability assessment in its sale and distribution of investment products.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange plans to raise the minimum market cap for companies to maintain a listing on its First Section and require English language quarterly earnings disclosures.