Thursday, 22 March 2018

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  • China to merge banking and insurance regulators

    People & Markets | 16 March 2018

    China has unveiled plans to merge its banking and insurance regulators and transfer more power to the central bank, in its biggest regulatory shake-up in many years.

  • Liu Shiyu, Chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), waves as he arrives at a news conference on the sidelines of the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing, China.

    Banks eye bigger stakes in China JVs

    People & Markets | 16 March 2018

    Global banks are stepping up their pursuit of controlling stakes in their China securities joint ventures after regulators drafted formal rules to grant foreign-owned firms a greater role in the mainland capital markets.

  • CEO Sergio Ermotti of Swiss bank UBS smiles as he speaks at the annual news conference in Zurich, Switzerland.

    UBS revamps Asian capital markets team

    Top News | 16 March 2018

    UBS has merged its debt and equity underwriting teams in Asia-Pacific, just days after the bank said it was facing an 18-month ban from sponsoring IPOs in Hong Kong.

  • Headquarters of the China Banking Regulatory Commission

    China to merge banking and insurance regulators

    Ticker | 13 March 2018

    China outlined plans today to merge its banking and insurance regulator and transfer more power to the central bank, in its biggest regulatory shake-up in years.

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    MOVES-BNP Paribas strengthens prime brokerage in Asia with hire

    Ticker | 12 March 2018

    BNP Paribas has hired Carl Davey in the newly created role of head of prime brokerage sales for Asia Pacific.

  • China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan speaks during a session on the second day of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

    China comes to terms with TLAC

    People & Markets | 09 March 2018

    China’s central bank has issued its first public notice on the implementation of total loss-absorbing capacity guidelines, in a move widely interpreted as a sign banks will soon have to issue as much as US$1trn of bail-in debt.

  • China to allow foreign control of securities JVs

    People & Markets | 09 March 2018

    China’s securities regulator released draft rules on Friday that will finally allow foreign banks to hold majority stakes in their mainland securities joint ventures.

  • An SGX sign is pictured at Singapore Stock Exchange.

    SGX and NZX to cooperate on secondary listings, derivatives

    Ticker | 07 March 2018

    Singapore Exchange and New Zealand’s Exchange have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their cooperation in Asia-Pacific, the two exchanges said today.

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    MOVES-SocGen promotes Malhotra to DCM head for APAC

    Ticker | 07 March 2018

    Societe Generale has promoted Raj Malhotra to head of debt capital markets for Asia-Pacific, effective April 1.

  • The name of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited is displayed at the entrance in Hong Kong, China.

    HKEx reforms to 'cherry-pick' IPOs

    People & Markets | 02 March 2018

    Formal proposals to allow certain companies to list dual-class shares in Hong Kong have drawn criticism for granting the exchange too much power over the process.

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