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Samuel Riding, Regulation Asia, Mar 14, 2017

APAC institutions banking on having an easier time in the Trump-Brexit era could be in for a rude awakening.

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Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Mar 27, 2017

A new ruling in the US could reverse the torrent of money moving from active to passive funds.

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Editors, Regulation Asia, Mar 27, 2017

Head of science and technology department eyes UK FCA’s model; to develop ‘more invasive’ regulation including regtech.

Editors, Regulation Asia, Mar 27, 2017

One unit advised on futures contracts for more than 10 years without the required license.

Financial institutions could soon be able to access government-held information including biometric data.

Regulator says BCBS unlikely to finalise rules until ‘2020 at the earliest’.

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Douglas Cheung, Wolters Kluwer, Mar 27, 2017

Trying to compile all the new reports at the last minute should be avoided at all costs.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Mar 20, 2017

A lost world of clients whose accounts are closed without explanation reveals the cruelty of automated compliance.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Mar 13, 2017

Law firms and banks must devise new advisory models to reduce costs, improve compliance.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, Feb 27, 2017

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

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.