Singapore Exchange is the first exchange in Asia to introduce trading in structured certificates, which are third-party issued financial instruments commonly traded in Europe.
Stablecoin issuers will have to meet specific requirements on reserve assets, capital, liquid assets and disclosure to become licensed in Singapore.
Singapore Exchange has clarified that companies seeking a mainboard listing through the life sciences framework do not need to be revenue-generating.
OCBC's digital banking app will now only work on mobile devices if their mobile apps are all downloaded from official app stores.
Blockchain.com has become the twelfth cryptocurrency exchange in Singapore to be granted a crypto-dealing license, enabling it to provide services to accredited investors and institutions.
MAS earmarked SGD 150 million for financial tech advancements, aiming to foster innovation and support the evolving fintech ecosystem.
A former Maybank Kim Eng Securities remisier faces 52 charges for misappropriating SGD 13 million of client funds.
A recent study assessed the corporate governance practices of Singapore-listed companies, covering board responsibilities, rights of shareholders, engagement of stakeholders, accountability and audit, and disclosure and transparency.
MAS chairman Lawrence Wong addressed queries on the impact of AI on trading platforms in financial markets.
The revised framework introduces a harmonised class exemption for single family offices (SFOs) with specific requirements to ensure that all SFOs are subject to anti-money laundering (AML) controls.
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