The deferment means Singapore Exchange will be able to continue offering SGX Nifty products until a long term solution is agreed.
The Singapore International Commercial Court has ruled that crypto exchange Quoine was liable for a “breach of contract and breach of trust” by reversing seven trades in April 2017.
Kai Loon Loh and Patrick Phua at global law firm Ashurst sum up the key takeaways from the MAS response to consultative feedback and the now-finalised mandatory trading regulations.
The agreement enables US and Singapore OTC derivatives participants to trade with one another on the same platforms, allowing for more efficient risk management.
In a recent speech, MAS managing director Ravi Menon shared his views on blockchain, common misconceptions and use-cases where the technology shows the most promise.
Both guidelines under consultation continue to emphasise the importance of risk culture, and the roles of the board and senior managers in technology risk and business continuity management.
The MAS' new Technology Group will centralise its technology capabilities and strengthen supervision of technology risks in the financial sector.
The Digital Accelerator Programme will allow fintech startups to work with professional mentors from asset management firms to create viable solutions for industry challenges.
Singapore's three largest banks will face greater asset risks and stagnation of net interest margins in 2019, making it a difficult year ahead for profitability, according to Moody's Investors Service.
Singapore and EU-based firms will be able to trade derivatives on approved platforms based in either jurisdiction following proposed equivalence decisions by both regulators.
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