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
Tin Lik, the developer, sold the Gateway Plaza in Beijing to the bank’s RREEF China Commercial Trust (625) in 2007 and alleged that investment bankers inflated rents from the property before the trust’s Hong Kong listing in June that year.
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Barclays, which has an underweight position on the stock, downgraded its price target on the company to HK$87.50 ($11.25) from HK$92.16, warning that the shares could be vulnerable to heavier losses in the coming months. This represents a downside of abou
Sun Hung Kai Properties co-chairmen Thomas and Raymond Kwok, two of Asia’s wealthiest men, were among five people charged with eight offences, an official statement said.
The Finance Ministry stated that it had been agreed to make it easier for the tax authorities in each country to request and obtain financial information, allowing for the disclosure of information on bank accounts believed to be operated by those of the
The bilateral treaty between India and Switzerland, the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA), provides the framework within which Indian authorities can seek administrative assistance against tax evasion or fraud.
This practice, which started last year, exaggerates the size and stability of banks' liquidity and masks any stresses on the country's financial system at a time when the world's second-biggest economy is expanding at the weakest pace since
In the note sent to employees on Tuesday, the London-based lender's chief executive Stuart Gulliver said the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations would expose weaknesses in the bank's money laundering controls.