Regulators appear to be lagging behind market infrastructure and institutions in using technology.
Emerging Asia's adherence to international rules may not be the answer for challenges such as boosting financial inclusion.
First license under 2015 regulation opens door to expansion of non-banking financial institutions.
Stringent rules make ‘speed to market’ slower than in other regions despite clear market appeal.
Roundtable with senior compliance executives explores the latest issues in an increasingly complex, risky area.
Regulations on limited participation funds, fund management contracts aim to attract tax amnesty funds.
Largest banks can issue the complex structured products to corporate customers for specific transactions
Asian regulators are starting to consider how to minimise the risks in investment funds’ growing role as market makers.
Technology is proving its value beyond KYC and AML and improving both compliance and regulatory oversight.
Finnovasia 2016 panellists suggests its time these two debates were put to bed.