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Singapore: New Best Execution Requirements

MAS confirms regulatory approach for best execution and timeline for compliance. By Farhana Sharmeen and Marc Jia Renn Tan On 3 September 2020, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS) issued a response to feedback about its proposal for holders of a capital markets service license holders, banks, merchant banks, and finance companies that conduct … Continue Reading

Key Regulatory Developments in Hong Kong and Singapore: July 2020

Regulators are consulting on how to enhance trust business regulation, introduce new omnibus legislation, and encourage best practices in sustainable banking. By Farhana Sharmeen, Simon Hawkins, Kenneth Hui, and Marc Tan This blog post summarises key regulatory developments in Hong Kong and Singapore during July 2020, including: The HKMA’s publication of examples of good practices … Continue Reading

Key Regulatory Developments in Hong Kong and Singapore: May 2020

Regulators seek to address “rolling bad apples”, bank culture reform, and cryptocurrency derivatives. By Farhana Sharmeen, Simon Hawkins, Kenneth Hui, and Marc Tan This blog post summarises key regulatory developments that took place in Hong Kong and Singapore in May 2020, as regulators in both jurisdictions issued regulatory pronouncements across a spectrum of topics — … Continue Reading

Singapore: Payment Token Derivatives – to Offer or Not to Offer?

MAS confirms regulatory approach for derivative contracts on payment tokens. By Farhana Sharmeen and Marc Jia Renn Tan On 15 May 2020, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS) issued its response to feedback about its proposed regulatory approach for derivative contracts that reference payment tokens as underlying assets (Payment Token Derivatives), confirming that it … Continue Reading
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