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Key Regulatory Developments in Hong Kong and Singapore: November 2020

Regulators propose new regulations for virtual asset exchanges and enhanced customer identity verification requirements, and launch an innovative commercial data interchange. By Farhana Sharmeen, Simon Hawkins, Kenneth Y.F. Hui, and Marc Jia Renn Tan This blog post summarises key regulatory developments in Hong Kong and Singapore during November 2020, including: — The Hong Kong FSTB’s … Continue Reading

Monetary Authority of Singapore Proposes Stricter Identity Verification Requirements

The proposal would require financial institutions to use certain categories of information for non-face-to-face verification before undertaking transactions or requests. By Farhana Sharmeen and Gen Huong Tan In November 2020, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS) published a consultation paper proposing to issue a Notice on Identity Verification (the Notice) that would require financial … Continue Reading

Key Regulatory Developments in Hong Kong and Singapore: September 2020

Regulators consult on anti-money laundering guidelines and issue guidance on cybersecurity, best execution, and senior management accountability. By Farhana Sharmeen, Simon Hawkins, Kenneth Y.F. Hui, and Marc Jia Renn Tan This blog post summarizes key regulatory developments in Hong Kong and Singapore during September 2020, including: (i) the SFC’s consultation on enhancements to its Guideline on … Continue Reading

Singapore: MAS Issues New Accountability Guidelines for Senior Management

The guidelines aim to strengthen the accountability of senior managers in financial institutions. By Farhana Sharmeen and Marc Jia Renn Tan On 10 September 2020, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS) issued guidelines (the Guidelines) to strengthen the accountability of individuals who are employed by, or acting for or by arrangement with, financial institutions, … Continue Reading
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