Keen to turn itself into a global financial centre, China has opened up parts of its financial markets to foreign institutions. Justin Pugsley reports.
The People’s Bank of China has taken measures to curb shadow banking system, stoking money market volatility in the process. Justin Pugsley reports.
China’s regulators are talking with more determination about clamping down on the rapid rise of shadow banking and closing regulatory loopholes.
Three of Australia’s largest banks need to raise more funds to meet a 10% minimum common equity tier 1 capital (CET1) ratio.
Hong Kong moves closer to making senior managers more accountable for the actions of the regulated financial firms they manage.
Singapore takes fostering fintech seriously and does so by taking a pragmatic and balanced approach ensuring that new ideas are not prematurely snuffed out by overly burdensome rules.
HKex to introduce mechanism to control excessive volatility of futures contracts
Australia will press on with tough regulatory requirements even if the US de-regulates under Trump.
Hong Kong’s financial supervisors will monitor IPO sponsors much more closely to stamp out misconduct and protect market integrity.