Regulation was a central theme at the Asia Risk Congress 2010, as speakers and delegates discussed the impact of new financial stability rules coming into effect during the next several years, as well...
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Asian regulators are increasingly warming to the concept of an Asian funds passport similar to the Ucits directive of the European Union. This might result in the region having its own cross-border fund vehicle enabling funds to be freely 'passported'...
Andrew Fung, head of treasury and investment at Hang Seng Bank in Hong Kong, believes the Hong Kong and Chinese governments should simplify procedures for offshore renminbi to be remitted to mainland China. This would increase the appeal of RMB bond funds...
The new Basel III framework had to be drawn up at warp speed, but regulators have compensated with an extended transition period and will be looking out for unintended consequences, Karen Kemp of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority tells Duncan Wood
HSBC has transferred Robert Lang from Europe to head its Hong Kong insurance operation
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Hong Kong managing director of Crown Asset Management banned from industry for life
Philippe El-Asmar is taking on a new role at Barclays Capital in Hong Kong, while Kevin Burke is moving to London to fill his shoes.
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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