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Key Regulatory Developments in Hong Kong and Singapore: June 2020

Regulators seek to expand market connectivity for wealth management products and enhance financial institutions’ environmental risk management. By Farhana Sharmeen, Simon Hawkins, Kenneth Hui, and Marc Tan This blog post summarises key regulatory developments in Hong Kong and Singapore during June 2020, including: The announcement of a new “Wealth Management Connect” mutual market access project … Continue Reading

UK Decides Against Implementing Certain Key Areas of EU Financial Services Legislation

The UK government clarifies its legislative plans for financial services regulatory reforms post-Brexit. By Rob Moulton and Anna Lewis-Martinez On 23 June 2020, the House of Commons published a written statement from Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the UK’s approach to implementing financial services regulatory reforms before the end of the Brexit transition … Continue Reading

FAQs: Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Facilities for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses

Federal Reserve set to make up to $600 billion available to eligible small and mid-sized businesses. By Alan W. Avery, Courtenay Myers Lima, and Pia Naib On April 9, 2020, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve) announced details regarding the terms and conditions of two Main Street lending facilities to … Continue Reading
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