The stricter rules could create a significant new hurdle to investment in Japan, with foreign fund managers reportedly describing their effect as “chilling”.
The guides describe how cross-border trading will work following the CFTC-MAS, CFTC-FSA and EC-MAS agreements on mutual recognition of derivatives trading venues.
The FSS is outlining compensation guidelines and initiating dispute mediation proceedings for investors who lost money in derivative-linked funds.
A working group will be formed to implement mechanisms for cross-border equity offerings, dual listings and depositary receipts between the two countries.
Sales desks in China, Hong Kong and Singapore all recorded rises in FX trading activity compared to three years earlier. The UK increased its dominance despite Brexit fears.
The extension of the CME Globex services will continue to provide global visibility, accessibility and connectivity to Bursa Malaysia derivatives products.
The solution is said to be a potential game-changer for buy-side participants who need to place large orders benchmarked to closing prices.
Starting 16 September, all listed stocks and bonds must be issued and registered electronically, and no longer exist in paper form.
SGX is exploring how new technologies can further add value for customers and improve operations, while its regulatory arm seeks a stronger presence and oversight.
HKEX chief Charles Li says the merger would create the most important investment platform and risk management infrastructure for the free flow of global capital between the East and West.