Our new episode is the second of two episodes focusing on cryptoassets and regulatory developments, taking off from our publication Crypto around the World. The episode covers ESG, decentralized finance (DeFi) and the future impact of central bank digital currencies.
Baker McKenzie’s Financial Services Global Regulatory (FSR) Guide acts as a quick reference tool when distributing financial products into new markets, providing a comprehensive summary of regulations applicable to banks and other financial services companies around the world.
Our new episode is the first of two episodes focusing on cryptoassets and regulatory developments, taking off from our publication Crypto around the World. The episode covers high-level regulatory issues – both current and emerging – as well as retail investments in crypto.
Hong Kong continues to refine the manner in which cryptoassets and activities are regulated.
Crypto-assets, cryptocurrencies and/or related service providers have not been traditionally regulated in Spain. These products or services have only been captured to the extent they were embedded in other financial products (e.g. funds or derivatives) or in case they could qualify as a financial instruments directly (e.g. security tokens).
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has recently revised its Technology Risk Management Guidelines 2021 (“TRM Guidelines”) after feedback from a 2019 public consultation and engaging with cyber security experts.