Digital & Resilience

UK inks financial services partnership with Singapore to help maintain City’s dominance

By Justin Pugsley
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On June 30, the UK and Singapore announced a new partnership to facilitate dialogue and co-operation on financial services as the former seeks to forge new relationships following Brexit. 

The UK Treasury said in a statement that the agreement will facilitate closer regulatory co-operation and that the two will commit ...

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