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SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) -- Singapore’s regulator fined UBS Group AG S$11.2 million (US$8.2mil) for misconduct by its advisers that included overcharging clients for trades.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Swiss bank UBS was fined HK$400mil (US$51.09mil) by Hong Kong's securities regulator for overcharging up to 5,000 clients for nearly a decade, the watchdog said on Monday.
HONG KONG: China Forestry Holdings Co.’s liquidators are suing KPMG LLP for more than HK$1.3 billion ($166 million), citing the auditor’s negligence when assisting in the company’s listing in Hong Kong.
HKEX’s audacious US$36.6bil bid for London Stock Exchange Group (LSE.L) raised quite a few eyebrows on 9/11. Three immediate questions were raised by the bid. First, does the bid make sense for shareholders on a commercial basis? Second, what are the strategic considerations for Hong Kong and global financial markets? Third, what are the regulatory and geopolitical hurdles?
Two years after Hong Kong’s securities regulator vowed to nip irregularities in the bud, flash crashes are still plaguing the world’s fourth-largest stock market.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s financial regulator has banned former Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner from re-entering the industry for life for his crimes linked to the multi-billion-dollar scandal at the Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s securities regulator is reviewing how banks build books for equity and debt capital raisings, one of the city’s top regulators said, warning about potential conflicts of interest.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's securities regulator is reviewing how banks build books for equity and debt capital raisings, one of the city's top regulators said on Monday, warning about potential conflicts of interest.
BEIJING: China and Japan made key progress on a programme that will allow cross-listing of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and make it easier for investors to buy shares in each other’s nations.
BEIJING: China and Japan made key progress on a program that will allow cross-listing of exchange-traded funds and make it easier for investors to buy shares in each other’s nations.