Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
Legislation expected by the end of the year
Liquidity issues mean the MAS is right not to bring in Sef trading
Regulators in Asia are adopting a practical stance in implementing the LCR to the relief of banks
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Job changes in the derivatives, regulation and risk industry throughout Asia
Zhu moves from Goldman Sachs where she was a China equity strategist
MAS joins the HKMA in looking to assist in global investigations of forex rate fixing
HKMA concerned over the development of cross-border equivalence regulation
The launch of an interim trade reporting service last week by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority has prompted complaints from banks over excessive operational requirements
Although much of the recent focus has been on rules in the European Union and the US, other jurisdictions across the globe are also weighing changes to the way they regulate over-the-counter commodi...
Responses to Iosco's Principles for Financial Benchmarks reveal concerns that many markets will not be able to support transactions-based rates; RBA questions 'lexicographic hierarchy'
India central bank views repo as an increasingly important market in the wake of Basel III implementation
Hong Kong regulator to consult banks on new LCR this quarter and assess level playing field implications before deciding on whether to adopt a phased approach
The renminbi deposit base in Hong Kong banks will not face depletion even as investors have more ways of remitting the currency back to mainland China, say speakers at the Asian Financial Forum
The move to central clearing will generate a wealth of information on derivatives around the region – but making use of this requires both trade repositories and data sharing. Progress on both has...
The Australian securities regulator is looking to consult on its trade repository plans at the end of the first quarter, with an eye to implementing the regime later in the year
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