Commodities house of the year
Asia still behind on global rules forcing subsidiarisation of foreign banks in the region
Clearing link with KRX will lead to larger volumes and efficiencies at SGX
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Relaxation of restrictions over covered bonds issuance should prompt rapid expansion of sector’s present small base
Financial Services Commission considers restrictions on liquidity providers to cool down Korean warrant market
Korea's structured product market continues to grow as institutional investors move across to equity derivatives
Deutsche Bank's securities and exchange-trading operations have received a six-month ban in Korea for making 44.87 billion won ($40 million) in ‘illegal profits’ from market manipulation, follow...
Korean regulator Jong-Goo Yi outlines how regulators are framing the debate on how to supervise systemically important financial institutions
Rules and regulations
Panellists discussing the finer points of credit valuation adjustment (CVA) at the Asia Risk Congress 2010 said despite all the current talk about CVA in the region, it may prove to be less relevant...
In his keynote speech, Korean regulator Jong-Goo Yi highlighted the G-20's success in agreeing international regulatory reform.
Domestic banks in Singapore are starting to set up CVA desks at the behest of their regulator, but elsewhere in Asia there are significant obstacles to CVA
The number of global mining and metals deals is expected to soar as part of a trend that signals strong growth in the global metals market, according to analysts
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.