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Asic less concerned with high-frequency trading but is clamping down on dark pool operators
Addressing ACI Congress delegates, deputy prime minister and chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore talks up Singapore's ability to facilitate the growth of renminbi trading outside China
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Competition among exchanges in Japan is necessary to prevent systems outages such as those in the Osaka Securities Exchange earlier this month
The European Securities and Markets Authority has addressed some of the concerns over which third-country CCP platforms and products are eligible for the transitional period, which begins on March 15
The BoJ's latest inflation targeting weapon could challenge its balance sheet strength
The deadline is approaching for regulators to establish what European banks can clear and where on Asian CCP platforms ahead of OTC market standards going live from March 15
A difference in margin approach between swaps and futures may mean the latter are not assessed on their level of riskiness
Indian banks are in need of regulatory compliant capital instruments – but domestic investors are wary
Derivatives and structured products remain unpopular with Thai insurers looking to hedge their liabilities following the introduction of a risk-based capital framework
Australian domestic clearing house hoping to use lower margin costs as a means to win market share
India central bank views repo as an increasingly important market in the wake of Basel III implementation
Securities firms in China have begun trading OTC equity derivatives, with a final master agreement expected soon
While the Vietnam regulator is consulting on setting up an asset management company to take on NPLs to help clean up domestic banks' balance sheets, slow progress is being made towards Basel II
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