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  • Monetary Authority Of Singapore And Singapore Academy Of Law: New Initiative Helps Payment Firms Easily Access Specialised Legal Services To Meet Compliance Needs

    Date 06/09/2019

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) have launched a new Payments Regulatory Evaluation Programme (PREP) to help connect the payments industry with legal service providers. Instead of relying on informal referrals, PREP provides payment firms with a streamlined process to gain access to lawyers specialising in payment services regulations to meet their compliance needs. For a start, seven local and international law firms in Singapore will participate in a two-month pilot run of PREP (refer to Annex for list).

  • NZX - Dividend Reinvestment Plan: Strike Price

    Date 06/09/2019

    NZX advises that the strike price for the dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) operating in respect of the dividend payable on Friday 13 September 2019 has been set at $1.2467 per share.

  • Dalian Commodity Exchange: 2019 ICDF Held In Dalian

    Date 06/09/2019

    Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) holds the “Institutional Commodity Derivatives Forum (ICDF) 2019” in Dalian on August 27. DCE Chairman Li Zhengqiang says in the speech that facilitating the benign interaction and integrated development between industrial enterprises and investment institutions and creating the participant ecology with complete varieties, perfect structure and complementary functions are of great significance for the long-term sound and stable development of the commodity derivatives market.

  • Tokyo Commodity Exchange: DCB And SCB Ranges For Four Electricity Products

    Date 06/09/2019

    Please be informed that the Immediately Executable Price Range (DCB Range) and Circuit Breaker Range (SCB Range) for the four electricity products to be launched on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 will be as follows.

  • Shanghai Stock Exchange Semi-Annual Reports Show Resilience With Highlights In Blue Chips And STAR Companies

    Date 06/09/2019

    By August 31, the semi-annual reports of the 1490 companies on the main board of the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and the 28 companies on the SSE STAR Market were all disclosed. The listed companies on the main board actively adapted to economic adjustment, and showed stable and improving quality of business as well as strong resilience in operating income, net profit, operating cash flow and other aspects; the high-quality blue-chip companies acted as the mainstay with a solid foundation in operation; the overall leverage ratio remained stable, and some of the risk factors that the market was highly concerned about were gradually mitigated. On the SSE STAR Market, the listed companies boosted their performance with high R&D investment, showing strong development momentum.

  • HKEX: Resumption In Derivatives Market Trading

    Date 06/09/2019

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) today confirms that its derivatives market has successfully opened and the market is operating smoothly. There have been no connectivity issues on the trading system reported this morning to date from Exchange Participants.

  • IMF Executive Board: Governors Remove Age Limit For The Position Of Managing Director

    Date 05/09/2019

    The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) made the following statement today:

    “The Board of Governors has approved the proposal by the Executive Board to remove the age limit for the position of IMF Managing Director. Approval of the proposal required a simple majority of the votes cast, with a minimum participation requirement of a majority of Governors holding two-thirds of the total voting power. Voting ran from August 21 to September 4.

  • SIFMA Statement On Housing Reform Plan

    Date 05/09/2019

    SIFMA issued the following statement from President and CEO Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr. on the housing reform plan announced today:

    “SIFMA appreciates the focus of the Department of Treasury, HUD, and the broader Administration on housing finance reform.  We believe an explicit government guarantee is necessary to ensure a stable supply of available mortgage credit. This is particularly critical to maintain 30-year mortgages.  Further, we believe it is essential to maintain the benefits of the to be announced (TBA) market, which provides mortgage borrowers the ability to lock in rates at low or no cost, as well as mitigates interest rate volatility risk.  We will continue to review the plan with our members.”

  • CME Group Chief Financial Officer And Chief Accounting Officer To Present At Barclays Global Financial Services Conference

    Date 05/09/2019

    CME Group announced today that John Pietrowicz, Chief Financial Officer, and Jack Tobin, Chief Accounting Officer, will present at the Barclays Global Financial Services Conference in New York on Tuesday, September 10, at 7:30 a.m. (Eastern Time). 

  • CFTC Financial Data For Futures Commission Merchants Update

    Date 05/09/2019

    Futures commission merchants (FCMs) and retail foreign exchange dealers (RFEDs) must file monthly financial reports with the CFTC's Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight (DSIO) within 17 business days after the end of the month. Selected financial information from these reports is published below. The most recent month-end information generally is added within 12 business days after FCMs and RFEDs file their reports, but occasionally may be added later. For example:  The 17th business day filing “due date" for February 28, 2015 financial reports was March 25, 2015.  The 12 business day target for posting these data was April 10, 2015.