The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) asked administrators of Tokyo Inter-Bank Offer Rate (TIbor) and two other financial benchmarks to look into the soundness of their rate-setting approach in terms of the methodology’s design, data sufficiency and transparency.
India’s market regulator is planning a separate corporate governance standards for big and complex business groups.
Malaysian ownership of Indonesian banks came under the spotlight following a proposed bill that compels foreign banks to trim their shareholding to 40%.
Australia’s securities regulator has censured the Royal Bank of Scotland for its role in manipulating Australia’s bank bill swap rate.
China’s main financial regulator signalled a loosening of rules governing foreign control in fund companies.
China's central bank announced it signed a bilateral currency swap agreement with the Swiss National Bank worth 150 billion yuan, or 21 billion Swiss francs ($24.4 billion).
The Monetary Authority of Singapore will require providers of investment products to rate their offerings for complexity and risks, as part of measures aimed at enhancing regulatory framework to safeguard investors’ interests.
Australian banks are coming under scrutiny as politicians investigate their role in helping fund foreign investment in real estate.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Securities and Futures Commission are seeking industry views on rules regarding mandatory reporting and related record-keeping obligations under the new over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives regime.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is requiring banks and other financial institutions to perform a risk assessment on money laundering and terrorist financing at a wider institutional level, beyond the assessment of individual customers.
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