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  • Singapore Introduces World’s First Unified Payment QR Code – SGQR

    Date 17/09/2018

    The Singapore Quick Response Code (SGQR) was officially launched by Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Education and MAS Board Member today. The first of its kind globally, SGQR combines multiple payment QR codes into a single SGQR label, making QR code-based mobile payments simple for both consumers and merchants. SGQR will be adopted by 27 payment schemes including PayNow, NETS, GrabPay, Liquid Pay and Singtel DASH, and will be deployed progressively over the next six months.

  • 4th Activity Of "Overseas Investors Visit Shanghai Stock Exchange-Listed Companies" Rounded Off

    Date 17/09/2018

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) held the 4th activity of "Overseas Investors Visit SSE-listed Companies" on September 6 and 7, 2018. Participating in the activity were representatives of nearly 20 overseas asset management companies, sovereign funds and securities dealers from the United States, Hong Kong and Europe. During the survey in 6 listed companies in Shanghai, the overseas investors had an in-depth understanding on the current development and future strategic plans of listed companies of different industries in the Shanghai market, and talked with the representatives of the listed companies on transformation and upgrading of entity industries, technical innovation, optimization of listed companies' governance structure, and other topics concerned by the investors. The activity is highly acknowledged by both overseas investors and listed companies.

  • Glass Half Full - FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 2.4% In August, Up 6.1% Year-To-Date, Up 15.4% Over 12 Months

    Date 17/09/2018

    This was a "glass half full" month for the exchanges sector. Slightly less than half the constituents of the index ended the month in positive territory with the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index itself posting a positive return of 2.4%.

  • Hong Kong's Securities And Futures Commission Reprimands And Fines Huatai Financial Holdings (Hong Kong) Limited $800,000 Over Naked Short Selling

    Date 17/09/2018

    The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has reprimanded and fined Huatai Financial Holdings (Hong Kong) Limited (Huatai Financial) $800,000 for failures relating to the short selling of Great Wall Motor Company Limited (Great Wall) shares in 2015.

  • SWIM – Retail Liquidity Goes From Strength To Strength

    Date 17/09/2018

    Double-volume caps, large-in-scale restrictions, periodic auctions and systematic internalisers. In the first eight months of the new MiFIDII regime the trading landscape has evolved radically. New liquidity venues abound, fulfilling a variety of purposes and masters, some merely to enable the compliant trading of existing business in the new world, and others that genuinely introduce new liquidity.

  • FINMA Finds Deficiencies In Anti-Money Laundering Processes At Credit Suisse

    Date 17/09/2018

    The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA has concluded two enforcement procedures against Credit Suisse AG. In the first procedure, FINMA identified deficiencies in the bank’s adherence to anti-money laundering due diligence obligations in relation to suspected corruption involving the International Federation of Association Football FIFA, the Brazilian oil corporation Petrobras and the Venezuelan oil corporation Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA). The second procedure relates to a significant business relationship for the bank with a politically exposed person (PEP). In this instance too, FINMA identified deficiencies in the anti-money laundering process, as well as shortcomings in the bank's control mechanisms and risk management. FINMA has decreed measures to further improve anti-money laundering processes and to accelerate the implementation of steps already initiated by the bank. It will commission an independent third party to monitor the implementation and effectiveness of these measures.

  • Shanghai Stock Exchange Measures For Shanghai-HK Stock Connect Business Amended For Northbound See-through Mechanism

    Date 17/09/2018

    The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong have recently reached a consensus and announced that the northbound see-through mechanism (investor identification code system) for Shanghai-HK Stock Connect and Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect will be officially implemented on September 17, 2018. Thus, the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) has amended and released the "SSE Measures for Shanghai-HK Stock Connect Business". The establishment of the northbound see-through mechanism will help the SSE give full play to its frontline regulatory function, improve the cross-border regulatory cooperation mechanism and maintain the stable operation of the A-share market.

  • DIFC And University Of Paris II Launch Joint Business And Law Degree

    Date 17/09/2018

    • Partnership expands the Centre’s professional development
    • University of Paris II joins world-renowned institutions that offer a diverse range of educational programmes from the Centre

  • The Saudi Stock Exchange Announces The Publication Of The Weekly Stock Market Ownership And Trading Activity Report (By Nationality And Investor Type)

    Date 16/09/2018

    To view the detailed Weekly Stock Market Ownership and Trading Activity Report (by Nationality and Investor Type) for Main Market and Nomu-Parallel Market please Click Here


  • HKEX Severe Weather Arrangements

    Date 16/09/2018

    Super Typhoon Mangkhut is approaching Hong Kong, in case any disruption to the market, here are the contingency arrangements for the settlement of September contracts of RMB Currency Futures, Options and HIBOR Futures, the London Metal Mini Futures Contracts and the Physically Settled USD and CNH Gold Futures contracts expiring on 17 September.