SFC, HKMA agreement is set to buy back Lehman minibonds, but market is feeling wary
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HKMA puts 19 foreign banks on its watch list; conducts 'swine flu' stress test
Losses and Lawsuits
The Hong Kong market is undergoing a massive shift in the type of products that are distributed as investors opt for simple, short-dated, capital-protected investments because of uncertainty about long-term trends. Hang Seng Bank is even offering products...
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Him Chuan Lim, Basel II programme director at DBS Bank in Singapore, talks to Ellen Davis about operational risk's complex relationship with both credit risk and market risk
HK clarifies on banking disclosure rules
Investments in derivatives and structured products by fund managers in Hong Kong grew 53% in 2005 to HK$29.5 billion ($3.8 billion) from HK$19.2 billion in 2004, according to the Securities and Futures Commission’s (SFC) ‘Fund Management Activities...
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has released its new eligibility criteria for sponsors and compliance advisers, aimed at assessing the overall suitability of corporate finance advisory firms to act in these roles. The regulations...