Regulation Asia launched in November 2013. The audience and subscription base has grown exponentially to include key regulatory bodies, financial services firms and service providers.
Traditionally regulation has been the talk of the back-office but since the recent financial crisis, more executives are keeping a watchful eye on the changes being made across the globe.
Asia is playing catch up. With multiple jurisdictions having their own mandates to preserve order in the financial markets, understanding the various nuances is time-consuming and complex.
Regulation Asia seeks to inform and analyse how financial regulations are affecting the financial service industry in Asia. Through our features, interviews, research as well as events, conferences and seminars, we play a key role in the regulatory agenda.
RMB Week is a platform that brings into focus the development of the RMB in the international financial markets and business world.
The internationalisation of the RMB is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the development of a global currency and as this happens a strong barometer of the economic development of China.
RMB Week looks to help explain why the developments are significant and what they mean by covering the international business progress as well as following the internal policy changes driving this.
The website will be structured around content that encapsulates the three main themes surrounding the internationalisation of the Chinese currency:
1) Investing into China (Capital markets, RQFII, QFII, Stock Connect)
2) Chinese RMB as a Reserve Currency (Regulation, economic policy and macro-economics)
3) Trade ability (Trade flows, Overseas hubs, FX)