Hong Kong and Shanghai are set to more closely align clearing and settlement systems enabling the cross-listing of instruments such as exchange-traded funds. Meanwhile, the Chinese authorities plan to...
Speculative inflows into the region could present a greater threat to the region than the global financial crisis, according to senior regional government and regulatory officials attending the Asian Financial...
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After public anger shone a spotlight on the risks taken by many bankers in the run-up to the financial crisis – not to mention how much they were paid to take those risks – government pressure has forced banks to change their employee remuneration...
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UBS has joined rival Credit Suisse by setting up a family services business in Asia to cater to the fast-growing wealth of ultra high-net worth families in the region.
Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management (PWM) has added Tony Tang as head of north Asia client solutions and Eleonore Dachicourt as head of hedge fund sales in Asia as it continues to expand in the region.
Hong Kong joins Japan in mandating central counterparty clearing for OTC derivatives with CCPs and a central repository expected to be set up in the coming months.
Citi prime finance Asia Pacific is building up a derivatives clearing team in response to moves by regulators to improve supervision of OTC clearing services
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.
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