CBIRC has released guidance to help financial institutions improve AML/CFT controls, on the heels of recent news that PBOC is scrapping its approval process for corporate accounts.
Singapore and EU-based firms will be able to trade derivatives on approved platforms based in either jurisdiction following proposed equivalence decisions by both regulators.
As part of a plan to develop the Greater Bay Area, the HKMA and PBOC are reportedly planning to work together on the introduction of cross-border mobile payments and other financial services.
ASIC is considering over 40 enforcement cases, a number of which involve misconduct by large financial institutions, their employees or subsidiary companies.
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