The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said it began a major restructuring of its departments for the first time in view of more regulatory and structural changes in the banking industry.
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The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has approved Singapore Exchanges’ (SGX) registration as a Foreign Board of Trade (FBOT), allowing US-based clients access to SGX’s derivatives trading platform.
Hong Kong financial regulators is seeking public views on specific aspects of so-called resolution regime for financial institutions that should make the city’s financial system stable and resilient in the face of crisis and economic shocks.
Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority, or OJK, is expected to sign a bilateral agreement with China’s financial authority within the first three months of the year to pave the way for Indonesian lenders to expand into China.
China’s regulators have tightened supervision of entrusted lending and margin finance in a bid to curb excessive leverage in buying mainland stocks.
China Securities Regulatory Commission plans to allow more Chinese companies to list overseas and pledged increased collaboration with Hong Kong in developing the capital markets.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. plans to introduce new trading controls to make the securities and derivatives markets more efficient and globally competitive.
Vietnam’s central bank has intensified its bid to overhaul the country’s banking system to bolster growth, vowing to push for bank mergers and force weak institutions to shut.
The Securities and Futures Commission and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) have agreed to enhance cooperation in overseeing Hong Kong-established central counter parties seeking recognition by ESMA.