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China: ship fuel reporting regime; Fintechs announce new network; Open API launched in Hong Kong; Singapore: new laws for fintechs
China relaxes rules on corporate bank accounts; China’s has a top year for market fines; China mulls new credit rating rules; China brings in new e-commerce rules
Blockchain? Libor? IFRS 9? What's a treasurer to do? CT takes a look at the best-read stories of 2018 as we wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year
Regulators appear set to crank up AML/CTF and sanctions-related work and now have their eye on individuals too. But with the rise of China, regulators will have their work cut out for them.
Singapore may have scrapped the idea of a centralised database to facilitate KYC checks for now but an advisory body in Hong Kong says the government might not even need one.
The regulator says it’s getting serious about regulatory technology with plans to tackle issues ranging from money laundering to machine readable regulations.
Just four years after it was fined $280 million for manipulating Libor, the bank becomes the first to issue bonds linked to its alternative, Sonia.
In a first for the country's banks, one of China's big-four lenders taps fintech to provide a loan online. The bank says using technology will offer businesses in the agriculture sector easier access to liquidity.
Treasurers tell CT what a return to the reserve requirement on forward trading – which puts the brakes on renminbi-US dollar forwards – will mean for their operations.
The Japanese trading giant is dipping into Thailand's 'regulatory sandbox' to try a new payments solution. But scaling up this blockchain solution isn't going to happen any time soon.