A survey by the Financial Markets Authority has found more people are confident in New Zealand's financial markets, but half are still unsatisfied with investment material companies give clients.
The Philippine central bank plans a stress test on banks and are asking lenders to submit reports on their assessment on the impact of interest rate changes on the real estate sector and on their balance sheets.
The country's weakening property market poses risks to the banking system, an official with the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said.
India's 15 regional stock exchanges (RSEs) are opting to exit the business as the deadline to meet new net worth and trading norms nears.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is planning about 100 initial public offerings (IPOs) from June to the end of 2014 as the government moves to revamp its IPO rules.
Bank Negara expressed concern that criminal activities in the money services business could adversely impact socio-economic development, after Malaysia recorded an illicit outflow worth RM174 billion based on a Global Financial Integrity (GFI) report last year.
China's financial regulators is stepping up regulation for interbank borrowing in a move to manage risks in the financial system and deploy more capital into the real economy.
Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority has rolled back its a policy on share buyback scheme amid improving markets conditions.
Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission has given its go-ahead for non-financial companies to engage in online-to-offline payment services amid growing use of electronic stored-value cards for third-party payments.
As part of capital market reforms, the Financial Services Commission said it will complete state-run Korea Development Bank’s merger with policy lender Korea Finance Corp within the year.
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