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LONDON: Britain and the European Union agreed a new post-Brexit financial services pact on Friday that will allow them to co-operate on regulation but does little to improve the City of London's access to the bloc.
SINGAPORE: Las Vegas Sands Corp set up a special committee to look into potential breaches of anti-money laundering procedures at its Singapore casino, which has already been the target of probes by US officials and local police.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: Asian bourses from Tokyo to Singapore are considering rule changes to allow listing of SPACs, but some industry players say the region may not attract the kind of frenzy, or the massive billions of dollars, seen in the U.S. for such blank cheque firms.
TOKYO: The world’s largest pension pot will soon have to choose between political sensitivities and cold hard returns.
LONDON: The UK’s efforts to disentangle itself from sterling Libor by year-end just went up a gear.
SHANGHAI: The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) said on Friday it is tightening scrutiny over corporate bond issuance, and has punished a brokerage for lax due-diligence in bond underwriting.
NEW YORK: As in the US, initial public offering (IPO) activity out of Asia has had its strongest-ever start to a year. That frenzy for new shares is likely to taper off as demand falls back to earth in the next few months.
MANILA: A rout that’s made the Philippine benchmark equity gauge the worst performer in the Asia-Pacific region risks worsening in the wake of fresh virus curbs.
TOKYO: Japan's Fast Retailing, the owner of clothing brand Uniqlo, on Thursday reported a 23% jump in half-yearly operating profit and raised its full-year profit estimate.