Asian regulator has said it wants to introduce reporting in two phases
The main Hong Kong futures regulator has
outlined the next steps in its plan to introduce trade
reporting in line with its obligation to the G20 reforms of the
Hong Kong Securities and Futures
Commission said on Monday it is keen to forge ahead with the
reforms it kick-started in July when it published a joint paper
with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on the proposed OTC
derivative reporting and record keeping rules.
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