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Samuel Riding, Regulation Asia, Feb 16, 2017

Regulators, and those they regulate, simply weren’t ready to implement variation margin requirements.

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Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

How financial technology could accelerate and exacerbate the next crisis remains unanswered.

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Editors, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

Activities including natural resources trade included in definition of ‘economic support’ to terrorists.

Editors, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

Bonuses could be frozen when banks are in the midst of a scandal.

Editors, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

Company chairman misrepresented firm as P2P business despite no involvement in sector.

Editors, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

Break in trading was scrapped in 2011; exchange said to also widen spread on buying, selling shares.

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Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Feb 20, 2017

When you consider their ‘too big to fail’ social function, it’s arguable whether banks could ever have too much capital.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Feb 13, 2017

IPO heralds pernicious introduction of arbitrage of listing rules, corporate governance.

Kevin Nixon, Deloitte, Feb 02, 2017

The challenges for financial institutions conducting wholesale banking business in the region.

Samuel Riding, Regulation Asia, Jan 19, 2017

Speakers at Fintech Finals discuss the rationale for regtech, and where it can be of most use.

Peter Guy, Regualation Asia, Jan 16, 2017

Rather than starting a third board, HKEX should explore creative ideas for private placements.