ISDA, Clifford Chance, R3 and the Singapore Academy of Law have published a new whitepaper analysing the legal issues relating to the use of smart derivatives contracts on a distributed ledger.
NSE launched the cross-margining facility from Friday (10 January), whereas BSE India will introduce it from Wednesday (15 January).
While the collection of the investor compensation levy is currently suspended, exchange participants should take necessary actions to prepare for its calculation and payment.
The ABS listings due diligence guidelines and independence requirements have been incorporated into SGX's mainboard listing rules.
The new code comes into effect on 12 January, and gives public companies and registered issuers 6 months to submit a new manual on corporate governance.
The application to take a majority stake in Guangdong-based JPMorgan Futures follows the removal of the foreign ownership limit for futures companies on 1 January 2020.
A new risk-based approach to quarterly reporting and stronger continuous disclosure requirements will apply from 7 February. The new whistleblowing office has also been established.
Investors are reportedly preparing for a suit against banks which sold them loss-making funds from Lime Asset Management without properly disclosing the risks.
ASX proposes to amend its trade cancellation policy for ASX 24 options and for the 20 Year Bond Futures contract to provide participants greater flexibility.
To trade NEEQ stocks, fund managers should have investment and research capabilities, and strong liquidity risk management, due diligence and internal control systems.