An investor was fined S$200,000 for failing to disclose that he had become a substantial shareholder in a Catalist-listed company, and for subsequent disclosure rule breaches.
While welcoming the SFC's front-loaded regulatory approach, the Process Review Panel says the regulator should be aware of its possible unintended effects and consider ways to minimise them.
SEBI said there was no evidence to suggest the nine former and current NSE officials were involved in facilitating preferential market access for selected brokers.
Mirae Asset will pay $700,000 to settle charges against Daewoo Securities, which it acquired in April 2016 — after the spoofing conduct at issue occurred.
Imran Kassim became the first Singapore national to be charged for terrorism financing last April, but is the second to be convicted and sentenced.
The SFC is satisfied that UBS has adequate and effective systems, controls, policies and procedures to enable compliance with all requirements in relation to its sponsor business.
The alleged leaks are said to have involved documents related to NSE policy decisions, internal studies and board meeting minutes.
A group of investors is suspected of taking control of small firms, only to then release news designed to inflate share prices or raise more capital to enrich themselves.
Fuxing's former chairman and ex-president received lifetime bans for running a six-year scheme to defraud investors of $5.3bn. Five others received market bans.
The bank and its insurance unit were fined for lax controls on entertainment spending and for awarding bonuses to sales staff who hadn't sold any products, among other failures.