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From cryptocurrency crackdowns to Basel III onboarding, CTwith help from Deloitte brings you the most important new regulations for February/March
In an effort to reduce reliance on US dollars, Southeast Asian neighbours launch new framework to facilitate corporate access to all three currencies in their local market
As part of an extensive regulatory overhaul, the Bank of Thailand issues a brace of new relaxations to facilitate FX transactions under plans initiated in June.
The regulator wants to set the bar higher for financial reporting and internal controls. But its proposal is identical to one it put out six months ago, confusing observers.
*Tax inversion rules offer exemptions on cash pooling, foreign subsidiary transactions
*CFETS tells vendors to submit risk assessment reports
*China introduces rule to curb internet finance fraud
According to Donald Trump, China is a prime currency manipulator. But a bank research note shows that this is not the case, by the standards of the US Treasury.
The exorbitant cost of living and rent in Hong Kong are a bane for corporates and employees, says Gordon French, APAC head of global banking and markets for HSBC.
*Vietnam ready to start derivatives market
*Huawei enters China’s interbank FX market
*India to review guidelines for commodity hedging overseas
*Thailand to increase transparency for infrastructure funds
*Hong Kong launches fintech sandbox
*SFC designates CCPs for OTC derivative transactions
*PBoC to rule China’s bond market
*Korea opens world’s first Fintech Open Platform
The Hong Kong government is taking nothing for granted in its quest to house corporate treasury centres ahead of regional rivals.