China will remove a ban on foreign banks opening more than one branch in each Chinese city, giving them easier market access.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) is seeking industry views on its bid for broader enforcement powers against market participants that violate its listing rules.
The Securities and Futures Commission is recommending that the the city’s stock exchange tighten its vetting process for Growth Enterprise Market-listed (GEM) companies that seek listing on the main board.
China's central bank has punished four third-party payment companies for mishandling bank card transactions to escape paying higher fees.
China has has given foreign players access to its gold market following the launch of the Shanghai Gold Exchange’s international board.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has released for industry consultation a paper that outlines the new disclosure requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions.
Singapore Exchange Ltd plans to introduce a minimum trading price requirement to enhance the securities market and curb excessive market speculation.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the Monetary Authority of Singapore is giving each other access to relevant data from trade repositories licensed in either markets under new agreement.
Australia’s new chief banking regulator has urged the G20 nations to continue to work on reducing risks of large banks’ failures, citing the need to strengthen current risk-based regime and boost banks’ capacity to absorb losses.
Indian banks will need more than $200 billion to meet Basel III international banking norms by March 2019, said Fitch Ratings.