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South Korean regulators prepare for turmoil

July 7, 2022

As the clouds darken over the global economy, South Korea’s financial regulators are bracing for a storm.

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India outlines payments modernisation roadmap

June 30, 2022

The biggest challenge emerging from RBI’s Payments Vision 2025 is the push to facilitate domestic processing of payments transactions, as well as the move to ISO 20022 standards.

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Fixes sought for flaws in US Treasury market as volatility intensifies

June 27, 2022

The US Treasuries market remains vulnerable to more dysfunctional episodes as crises are happening more often, which is heaping pressure on policy-makers to find structural fixes.

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Lenders challenged by Turkish central bank’s new rules

June 22, 2022

In the choppy waters of the Turkish economy, where soaring inflation and exchange rate volatility are a growing menace, the country’s banks are facing a new complication: a wave of regulation. 

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Nigeria revamps AML/CFT framework

June 16, 2022

A raft of new legislature designed to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing signifies a big change for the financial services market.

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FCA plans for listing regime shake-up

June 8, 2022

In a post-Brexit world, the UK is looking at ways to promote London as a competitive destination for equity listings. 

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Big changes, but no big bang for UK capital markets

May 24, 2022

The Treasury’s recently announced changes following its wholesale capital markets review are significant, but not revolutionary — at least not for now.

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Global lenders prepare to exit Russia

May 3, 2022

International banks face numerous challenges in leaving Russia, even after they have made their exit.

Mehmet Ali Akben

Turkish banks weathering the storm

April 29, 2022

Turkey’s banks are coping well with the financial, digital, economic and geopolitical risks confronting them

Rachel Adamson

The never-ending Libor scandal: why a public inquiry is now needed

March 15, 2022

The financial services industry needs to get to the bottom of what went wrong with Libor and Euribor. Were the right people charged and convicted for the offences that took place?

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