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  • One Of The World's Largest Investment Management Firms Signs Major Contract With Darktrace

    Date 22/11/2021

    Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, today announced that one of the world's largest investment management firms, based in the US, has signed a contract with Darktrace with the potential to deliver well in excess of $1million in revenue over several years.

  • Announcement On The Release Of Revised Administration Of Abnormal Trading Behaviors Rules Of Shanghai Futures Exchange

    Date 22/11/2021

    After being approved by the board of directors of Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) and reported to China Securities Regulatory Commission, SHFE hereby releases the revised versions of its Abnormal Trading Behaviors RulesAdministration of Accounts Involving Actual Control Relationship Rules and Clearing Rules, which will come into effect as of the date of November 26, 2021.

  • Shenzhen Stock Exchange Market Bulletin, November 19, 2021, Issue 76

    Date 22/11/2021

    Click here to download Shenzhen Stock Exchange's market bulletin, Issue 76.

  • Japan Financial Services Agency: To Operators Of Specially Permitted Businesses For Foreign Investors, Etc. During Transition Period

    Date 22/11/2021

    On May 19, 2021, the "The Act Partially Amending the Banking Act, etc. for Ensuring Reinforcement and Stability of Financial Functions in Response to Socioeconomic Changes due to the Impact of the COVID-19 Infection" was enacted and on May 26, 2021, it was promulgated, and it came into effect on November 22, 2021. As a result of this amendment, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (FIEA) was partially amended, and a new entry system by notification was established in addition to the existing registration and notification system.

  • ADDX Tokenises First Private Credit Fund, Lowers Minimum From US$5m To US$20,000 - Managed By Temasek-Owned SeaTown, The Fund With Committed Capital Of More Than US$1 Billion Is Raising External Capital For The First Time

    Date 22/11/2021

    Private market exchange ADDX has enabled rare fractional access to a private credit fund with more than US$1 billion in committed capital, reducing the fund’s minimum investment size for individual accredited investors from US$5 million to US$20,000. The move helps diversify the investor base of private credit funds, which have traditionally been designed to serve institutional capital. This is also the first private credit fund to be tokenised on the ADDX platform.

  • Japan Financial Services Agency: The Financial Market Entry Office

    Date 22/11/2021

    In order to expand Japan’s role as an international financial center, the Japanese Government is committed to making its capital markets more attractive with strategic initiatives and to creating an environment that attracts foreign businesses and highly-skilled foreign professionals.

  • Responsibility Amid Change: Speech By ASIC Chair Joe Longo At The AFR Super & Wealth Summit, Monday 22 November 2021.

    Date 22/11/2021

    Good afternoon and thank you to the AFR for inviting me to speak today. How good it is to be in front of a room of people, rather than staring at a screen.

  • Japan Financial Services Agency: Business Reports On A Special Provision For Deductibility In Performance-Based Compensation

    Date 22/11/2021

    In the tax reform of fiscal 2021, a special provision was established to allow an unlisted, non-family company, including a wholly-owned subsidiary of a listed company, which mainly opertes asset management businesses to deduct its performance-based compensation with a number of conditions, including where the calculation methods are described in its business reports filed under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (FIEA) and disclosed publicly through the JFSA website. (click PDFhere for an overview.)

  • Qatar Stock Exchange: FTSE Global Equity Index Series December 2021 Quarterly Changes

    Date 21/11/2021

    FTSE Global Equity Index Series December 2021 Quarterly Changes 19 November 2021 FTSE Russell announces that the following quarterly review changes will become effective on Monday, 20 December 2021 (i.e. after the close of business on Friday, 17 December 2021). The changes can be accessed via the attachment below. Please note: Index review changes included within the attached files may be subject to revision until close of business Friday, 3 December 2021. Effective Monday, 6 December 2021, the index review changes will be considered final. Any subsequent changes will generally only be considered in exceptional circumstances, in accordance with the FTSE Russell recalculation policy and guidelines.

  • First-Ever DIFC Future Talent Week To Inspire And Shape Tomorrow’s Talent

    Date 21/11/2021

    Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the leading global financial centre in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region, is launching its first-ever DIFC Future Talent Week, taking place from 22 – 24 November at the DIFC Innovation Hub.

    In line with its theme ‘Talent of Tomorrow’, a series of events in collaboration with educational institutions, world-renowned corporations, start-ups and government bodies, will focus on shaping future talent and prepare them for the job market of tomorrow.

    Throughout the week, a series of live workshops and panel discussions with senior delegates from the world’s leading companies will be taking place, where the state of talent and the future of the workplace will be examined. Representatives from the region’s leading start-ups within the DIFC ecosystem will give a presentation on starting one’s own business and offer unique opportunities to job seekers who are exploring non-traditional career paths.

    More than 40 companies including Emirates NBD, Mashreq, Commercial Bank of Dubai, Standard Chartered Bank, Citi bank, EY, PWC, McKenzie & Company, Marsh, Microsoft, Noon, Talabat, Michael Page, DIFC Courts, Tabby, CoinMena, BitOasis, Mamo, YAP, Stake, Hala, Sarwa, Beehive will be hiring talent during the three-day event.

    The event will also witness the world’s top establishments exhibiting at the Career Fair with workshops by LinkedIn, Microsoft, Meta, Mashreq, Michael Page and more. In addition to offering young talent the chance to network with future employers and explore potential job and internship opportunities with listed partners, attendees will also be able to understand the skills employers are seeking and the industries that need these skills.

    As a global business and innovation hub, DIFC recognises talent as a top priority for its clients and partners across industries and is focused on the development of a workforce with the right skills for the future. The DIFC Future Talent Week will aim to bridge the gap between employers and job seekers through physical interactions in a post-pandemic world.

    Admission is complimentary. To register for free, please visit: DIFC Future Talent Week | DIFC

    When: 22-24 November 2021, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Where: Open Stage, DIFC Innovation Hub