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Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, May 29, 2017

A decade after the first tremors of the global financial crisis emerged, its regulatory remedies remain open to debate.

JP Reimann, Regulation Asia, May 23, 2017

New rules likely soon after SFC consultation as WannaCry underscores need for protection.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, May 22, 2017

Trump’s idea to bring back proprietary trading to boost banks’ profitability carries major risks for Basel.

Peter Guy, Regulation Asia, May 15, 2017

New financial regulations might not curb excessive debt creation. The consequences could be global.

JP Reimann, Regulation Asia, May 14, 2017

Domestic authorities' actions, relative isolation of currency insulate global financial system from China risk.

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Editors, Regulation Asia, May 29, 2017

Securities watchdog looks to bring more regulation and compliance technology into innovation hub, sandbox.

Editors, Regulation Asia, May 29, 2017

Council of Regulators has been set up to tackle systemic risk, particularly cross-market issues.

Editors, Regulation Asia, May 29, 2017

12-month pilot to work on ‘detection, prevention and disruption’; HKMA also joins Financial Security Expert Alliance with PBOC, Macau central bank.

Editors, Regulation Asia, May 25, 2017

Regulators from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Korea and Singapore say they will ‘promote adherence’.

Editors, Regulation Asia, May 25, 2017

AUSTRAC warns on ‘deliberate and systemic breaches’ of AML/CTF rules.

Editors, Regulation Asia, May 25, 2017

Study confirms frameworks for payment and securities settlement systems, CCPs and trade repositories meet PFMI.