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Financial regulators in the Asia-Pacific region have shifted from a consultative supervisory stance to a more enforcement-orientated approach, with zero tolerance for any form of misconduct. 

Regulators' new stance on enforcement has been reinforced by the introduction of numerous additional rules and guidelines on the following:
  • Accountability
  • Client interest
  • Anti-money laundering/counter terrorism (AML/CFT) financing
  • Data protection
  • Cyber security
  • Digitalisation
  • and more!  

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