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The MAS Global FinTech Innovation Challenge is a new Singapore-based $1.25m innitative that seeks out innovative solutions that can help tackle the effects of the coronavirus and climate change.
Microsoft has joined the Veritas consortium launched by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to improve the trust of the use of artificial intelligence in the financial industry.
The Saudi G20 Presidency and the BIS Innovation Hub in Singapore have launched the G20 TechSprint in support with other international authorities to highlight the potential of RegTech and supervision technology (SupTech).
The Ministry of Finance (MOF), the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) have unveiled new measures to help real estate investment trusts tackle the coronavirus.
Singaporean FinTech is popping. A slew of international players has noticed and has jumped on the opportunity to cut out a slice of the pie for themselves.
The capital markets platform iSTOX may have become the first one-stop digitised securities issuance, custody and trading platform to be approved and licensed by a major regulator after graduating from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)'s Fintech Regulatory Sandbox.
Since the financial crisis, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has been hard at work rebuilding trust in the country’s financial services. However, the managing director believes more must be done.
UBS has landed it legal hot waters in Singapore after its employees overcharged and failed to be transparent to clients.
There are several reasons why FinTech and RegTech providers in Singapore should take notice of a new initiative in the state.
China and India have led the Asian FinTech investment league until the first six months of 2019 when Singaporean businesses toppled them both by raising a massive $1.62bn.