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Where does Libor live in a bank? Why are banks in Asia not looking at Libor transition seriously? Which bank is racing ahead? It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for Libor transition watchers.
China backs away from new e-commerce rules; China clarifies tax position for foreign bond holders; AML probe deepens on Japanese bank; RBA takes aim at bank profits; MAS grants first private securities platform licence
Japan grants cryptocurrency body regulatory powers; blockchain firms in China need to register identities; Trading begins at Shenzhen-based HKEx owned commodities exchange.
MUFG and NTT DATA plan to build a blockchain trade highway that will ease bilateral trade between two of Asia's leading trading nations.
Toshiba’s reform of its audit committee came too late to save the firm’s reputation for fiscal probity. Other Japanese firms need to take note and avoid a similar fall from grace.
India's central bank proposes change to rules that force subsidiaries to settle their own hedging transactions, a move that would cut costs and improve efficiency for MNCs.
*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 Trans-Pacific Partnership is as unpopular among Democrats and Republicans as Wall Street, meaning it may not materialise.
*Chongqing and Singapore to seal deals worth $1.6 bln under third X-border initiative
*Indonesia eyes CCP establishment for derivatives by 2018
*China eases FTZ investment rules
Financial organisations have voiced concerns about proposed changes to Basel III, including changing the way notional pooling is treated, and treasurers are rightly concerned.