International regulators say it's too soon for fintech such as blockchain or robo-advisors to pose a threat to financial stability, but warns that caution is still necessary.
Investment bank will use the solution to comply with mandates under MAS 610 and MAS 649 required by the Singaporean central bank.
Digitization and automation are key to meeting the demands of the financial industry's future regulatory burden.
Max summarizes the highlights of the May issue of Inside Data Management.
Regionally-governed utilities could help make up for slower-than-expected takeup of global KYC services.
The fines are part of ongoing efforts to unravel a litany of failures by firms associated with the 1Malaysia Development Bhd fund.
Together with the Association of Banks in Singapore, the Monetary Authority of Singapore has published the ‘Finance-as-a-Service API Playbook’ containing guidelines for application programming interfaces.
R3 and eight financial institutions will conduct a pilot program for interbank payments and cross-border foreign currency transactions.
The pricing change for ASIC and MAS transactions is effective Oct. 1.
While best execution mandates are growing around the globe, should the question be more about better execution than best execution?
License requirements, risk data aggregation are among the tasks being addressed using the 'sandbox'
Wei-Shen Wong takes a look at where regulators in Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan stand in terms of encouraging fintech innovation, and examines who has taken the lead.
Org ID managed service will follow outsourcing provider standards set by banking industry group
Venue operator confirms November 17 launch date for ICE Futures Singapore and ICE Clear Singapore.
Asia-Pacific is experiencing it's own boom in fintech startups following similar growth in the US and Europe.
Sopnendu Mohanty departs Citi to take up chief fintech officer role at Singapore regulator.
FSTI scheme designed to develop new systems, tech skills in the region.
MoU to set the cooperation arrangements regarding Central Counterparties (CCPs).
Deutsche Börse subsidiary will expand to Singapore.
The US Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has announced the extension of its Global Trade Repository (GTR) service to Australia and Singapore.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has jointly announced that the South-East Asian nation's securities market will move to T+2 settlement, in line with other global reforms.
It’s trading, Jim, but not as we know it.
Agustin Carstens will chair the Assessment of Vulnerabilities subcommittee responsible for monitoring the global financial system. The FSB also named Daniel Tarullo of the US and Ravi Menon of Singapore to lead subcommittees dealing with policy and…
Singaporean, Hong Kong and Australian bodies express concern over extraterritorial implications for OTC reform.