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Moving to a globally recognised trade reporting standard will provide obstacles for domestic banks
Countries in Asia are learning lessons from Europe, where financial integration has led to costly implications, according to Malaysia’s Akhtar Aziz
The introduction of Malaysia’s Capital Markets and Services (Amendment) Act 2011 will shake up the country’s risk management markets and supervisory processes, resulting in the Securities Commission...
In this paper (in English and German), Genscape has analysed Combined Heat and Power or Central Heat and Power (CHP)production in the German market, the challenges it raises for market participants, and the key steps required to address the fundamental lack of transparency in CHP plant production.
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Academics and industry participants in Malaysia are advocating further developments of treasury and money market products, notably via a new exchange initiative. But commodity murabaha structures developed to facilitate liquidity management by banks based...
Eleven central banks and monetary authorities are teaming up with Islamic multilateral organisations in an effort to bolster supply of highly rated, short-term Islamic paper through an entity called the International Islamic Liquidity Management Corp....
Malaysia is driving efforts to standardise Islamic finance to enable the creation of cross-border markets for sharia-compliant products. But regulators and market participants in Islamic states say no agreement is likely in the near future.
Bank Negara Malaysia governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz says she hopes International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation will open for business by June
The move to accept securities issued in both countries is the first serious effort to develop common settlement since Asean +3 governments called for such a move in 2003
Implementation of Basel II "is a tall order for most emerging markets", said Zeti Akhtar Aziz, governor of the Bank Negara Malaysia at the 12th annual Central Banking Conference in London yesterday.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.