Asia Pacific is set to see growing inflows into climate, sustainable thematic investing, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and digital infrastructure, according to our top-read stories in June.
The city-state's financial and fintech sectors are expected to create 6,500 jobs in 2021, particularly in technology, wealth management, corporate banking, and insurance, MAS said.
The Singaporean central bank has shifted a healthy slice of its reserves to the sovereign wealth fund, ahead of an expected economic slowdown amid slowing global trade.
The Singapore regulator's banning of two more individuals for breaches related to the 1MDB scandal could foreshadow more industry closures.
The head of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Ravi Menon, has voiced concerns about policy measures against free trade, particularly in the US.
Singapore's central bank demonstrated its increased zeal to enforce anti-money laundering laws by revoking Falcon Private Bank's licence and heavily fining DBS and UBS.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore received AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence award for capital market development for its fostering of domestic and regional cooperation and expansion.
From today AsianInvestor will explain why the asset owners we chose were singled out in our Institutional Excellence Awards. First up is the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Singapore’s regulatory authority has issued a clarification to AsianInvestor explaining why it chose not to sign the Statement of Understanding for the planned fund passport scheme.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is consulting on proposals aimed at increasing protection for buyers of certain non-conventional investments.
Koh Huat-Heng paid the Singapore regulator a $40,000 penalty after admitting to insider trading while working as a relationship manager at Maybank.
The firm has appointed Jonathan Tiu in a newly created role and has plans to add resources as it awaits confirmation of a full fund management licence in the city-state.