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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia has issued a policy document on licensing framework for digital banks following a six-month public consultation.
LONDON: U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit trade deal is unique in that it will leave businesses facing more barriers to trade than they did while Britain was a member of the European Union.
THE United States elections are nearly over, maybe. The country is divided down the middle but we still do not know whether the loser will get out of his playpen and concede to the winner.
THE world’s most influential gold market authority is threatening to stop bullion from countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) entering the mainstream market if they fail to meet regulatory standards, a letter seen by Reuters showed.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s financial regulator is prioritising its crack down on disclosure breaches, the misselling of financial products and anti-money laundering this year and next as the city state looks to cement its status as a regional financial hub.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will stop printing S$1,000 banknotes from Jan 1 next year, its central bank said on Tuesday, to curb the risk of them being used for money laundering and to finance terrorism.
SINGAPORE: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced its plan to discontinue the issuance of the S$1,000 note from Jan 1, 2021.
Casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd said on Monday Australia's financial crime watchdog had launched a probe into its Melbourne business on suspicions of money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing, sending its shares over 4% lower.
BEIJING’S enactment of a tough new national security law for Hong Kong is raising concerns that it will sweep away much of the autonomy and freedom that underpin the territory’s role as Asia’s world city. Beijing did so in a bid to restore order to end “chaos” on the streets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Alliance Bank Malaysia Bhd, one of the banks reportedly mentioned in a leaked document of the US Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), said it has zero tolerance towards money laundering and terrorism financing.