organisation: Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

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Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
April 17, 2024

One vulnerability still threatens investors 15 years after Madoff

An eye-catching development in Singapore could offer a solution
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Conference reporting, Digital Transformation
November 21, 2023

Singapore pilots world’s first GenAI risk management framework

The seven pillars banks should prioritise when using GenAI, says MAS
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CBDCs, News
September 5, 2023

Singapore stablecoin rules to serve as ‘blueprint’ for APAC

Singapore is introducing licensing and reserve asset requirements for stablecoin issuers, under a new digital asset framework that fires the...
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Financial Stability, Governance, News, Regulation & Supervision, Uncategorized
August 30, 2023

Differing UPO rules in APAC region weigh on banks

Fragmented ultimate beneficial ownership rules across Asia-Pacific are complicating banks’ cross-border business activities and increasing the cost of their financial...
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Climate, News
August 1, 2023

US banks eye up ISSB ‘green guidelines’ amid SEC delays

New voluntary sustainability standards could become the default option for purpose-led US banks – in the teeth of ongoing delays...
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Monetary Authority of Singapore
CBDCs
May 2, 2023

MAS explores stablecoin regulation alongside CBDC experimentation

Singapore’s financial regulator is experimenting with a range of CBDC development projects alongside creating a regulatory approach to stablecoins, but...
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Climate
March 30, 2023

Singapore completes third consultation on its green and transition taxonomy

The proposed framework is notable for its “measures-based approach” for industrial activities and its traffic light ratings system. Singapore’s Green...
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Crypto
November 16, 2022

Singapore paves way for ‘differentiated’ stablecoins

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has published new proposals for the regulation of stablecoin issuers and intermediaries, in a...
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