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  • Malaysian Minister Of Finance Mr. Lim Guan Eng And The Delegation Visited Shenzhen Stock Exchange

    Date 10/07/2019

    Malaysian Minister of Finance Honorable Mr. Lim Guan Eng and the delegation visited Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) in the afternoon on July 4th, 2019. Mr. Wu Lijun, the Chairman of SZSE hosted the meeting. The two parties had an in-depth discussion on exploring cross-border products and infrastructure cooperation opportunities, and strengthening cooperation of the capital markets between China and Malaysia. Relevant officials from Malaysian Ministry of Finance, Malaysian Securities Commission and Shenzhen Stock Exchange attended the meeting.

  • Warring States Period, Finding New Equilibrium, By Kelvin To, Founder And President Of Data Boiler Technologies

    Date 09/07/2019

    The more firms joining a new exchange venture, the higher the utility values of this new trading network. Thus, MEMX has every reason to rally about it and it puts pressure on the existing big Exchanges. Shall NYSE, NASDAQ, and CBOE want MEMX not be formed in order to avoid competition? Then they will have to provide additional privileges to negotiate. This creates an interesting dynamic for those non-MEMX market participants. Let’s see what strategies they can pursue amid fight between MEMX and the big Exchanges:

  • Statement Of CFTC Commissioner Dan M. Berkovitz Regarding The Proposed Amendments For Customer Margin Rules For Security Futures

    Date 09/07/2019

    I support issuing the joint notice of proposed rulemaking (“Proposal”) with the Securities Exchange Commission (“SEC”) (collectively with the CFTC, “Commissions”) to amend the security futures margin requirements.

  • CFTC And SEC Invite Public Comment On A Joint Proposal To Align Margin Requirements For Security Futures With Requirements For Similar Financial Products

    Date 09/07/2019

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) (together, the Commissions) have approved a joint proposal to align the minimum margin required on security futures with other similar financial products. The proposal would set the minimum margin requirement for security futures at 15 percent of the current market value of each security future.

  • BISX Lists 7 Investment Funds

    Date 09/07/2019

    The Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) is pleased to announce that 7 new investment Funds (some with sub-funds) have successfully completed the BISX Mutual Fund Listing Process and have been listed on the Exchange.

  • US Federal Agencies Adopt Final Rule To Exclude Community Banks From The Volcker Rule

    Date 09/07/2019

    Five federal financial regulatory agencies announced on Tuesday that they adopted a final rule to exclude community banks from the Volcker Rule, consistent with the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.

  • CFTC Staff Issues Advisory Clarifying $50 Million Initial Margin Threshold And Documentation Requirements

    Date 09/07/2019

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight (DSIO) today issued a Staff Advisory noting that CFTC’s uncleared swap margin rules do not require documentation governing the posting, collection and custody of initial margin until the initial margin threshold amount exceeds $50 million.  The Advisory is issued in furtherance of the March 2019 statement by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) concerning initial margin implementation.

  • US Federal Agencies Simplify Regulatory Capital Rules

    Date 09/07/2019

    The federal bank regulatory agencies today issued a final rule that reduces regulatory burden by simplifying several requirements in the agencies' regulatory capital rules.

  • Statement On The Retirement Of Chief Justice Strine, SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson Jr., July 9, 2019

    Date 09/07/2019

    Chief Justice Leo Strine has announced his retirement after two decades of service on Delaware’s courts. He has been an extraordinary jurist and public servant, leading the Nation’s crucial corporate-law jurisdiction with expert judgment and wisdom. More than that, the Chief Justice is an intellectual leader, on the cutting edge of how best to protect the American families who rely upon our companies to build a sustainable future. I have always looked to Leo as a guiding light and leader in understanding how business law best serves ordinary Americans. On behalf of the Nation’s investors, I thank the Chief Justice for his exceptional public service—and look forward to his continued contributions to the development of American corporate law.

  • Federal Reserve System White Paper Examines The Effects Of Synthetic Identity Payments Fraud

    Date 09/07/2019

    Synthetic identity payments fraud is a fast-growing but little-understood problem that affects individuals, financial institutions, government agencies, and private industry. The severity of this type of fraud is documented in a new white paper (PDF) released today by the Federal Reserve System.