The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission, which is the investigative arm of Japan’s Financial Services Agency, recommended that the regulator take unspecified disciplinary action against the country’s biggest brokerage, the SESC sai
The IMF urged Beijing to continue these efforts, and frame them with clear medium-term fiscal plans, to provide evidence that the reform agenda is fiscally sustainable.
They involved a total of 152.8 billion won (US$132.8 million) in 2010, up from 16.6 billion won in 2007, the data showed.
Dubbed the “King of Tokyo” by traders, the 53-year-old American seemed to have it all: wealth, professional acclaim and status as a patron of contemporary art.
Observers, however, are beginning to see some consistency regarding the implementation of new regulations across the globe, with the U.S. and Europe setting the bar and Asia catching up.
The Securities and Futures Commission said it had raised concerns that in more than 3,000 transactions, Societe Generale's clients had paid or received a different price for over-the-counter traded products than the price paid by the bank, with the d