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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.
LONDON: UK grocer J Sainsbury Plc is in advanced talks to combine with Walmart Inc’s Asda in a multi-billion pound deal that would reshape Britain’s brutally competitive supermarket business.
(Reuters) - DZ Bank was the third Wall Street brokerage this week to make a rare cut in price targets for Facebook Inc on Wednesday as the social network's shares slid for a third day in response to a row over data use by Cambridge Analytica.
TOKYO: Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Inc, reeling from government reprimands over lax standards after $530 million dollar theft of digital money, said it would from Monday start repaying customers affected by the heist.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has slammed the brakes on a dozen bitcoin exchange-traded funds and two cryptocurrency mutual funds since Jan 8, making the week a watershed for Washington pushing back on the investment craze of the moment.
SEOUL: South Korea said on Wednesday it may tax capital gains from cryptocurrecy trading as global regulators worried about a bubble, with Australia’s central bank chief warning of a ‘speculative mania” that has seen the digital asset making rip-roaring gains.
SINGAPORE: Singapore does not plan to regulate cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, but will remain alert to money laundering and other potential risks stemming from their use, the head of the country’s central bank said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara will introduce regulations that allow for electronic know-your-customer (e-KYC) features in a move that would pave the way for more innovation in the financial world.
KUALA LUMPUR: The captive insurance industry may well be at a turning point and efforts should be undertaken to develop it, says the Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim.