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LIGHTER TOUCH, OR MORE OF THE SAME? MAS ISSUES CONSULTATION PAPER ON PROPOSED GUIDELINES ON INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONDUCT

On 26 April 2018, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) issued a Consultation Paper on its proposed, and much-anticipated, senior manager accountability regime in the form of ‘Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct’ (Guidelines). The Consultation Paper comes soon after … Continue reading

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Filed under Asia, Sector Updates by Herbert Smith Freehills, Singapore

A NEW GLOBAL TOOLKIT FOR FIGHTING MISCONDUCT RISK: WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR FIRMS AND REGULATORS?

On 20 April 2018, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) released its long awaited toolkit (Toolkit) for firms and regulators’ use in fighting misconduct risk. The Toolkit forms part of the FSB’s workplan to mitigate misconduct risk, and builds on existing … Continue reading

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Filed under Announcements, European Regulation, Hong Kong, Sector Updates by Herbert Smith Freehills

Bridging the FinTech gap: What dividend should we seek from regulatory cooperation across jurisdictions?

Technology-facilitated innovation in financial services, a diverse collection of topics which coalesces under the portmanteau term of “FinTech”, is increasingly in the sights of policy-makers, whether at global, regional and national or state levels.  Keen observers will have noted a … Continue reading

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Filed under Regulatory Reform, Sector Updates by Herbert Smith Freehills

FSB progress report on OTC derivatives market reform

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has published its 5th six-monthly progress report on the implementation of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market reforms. 

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