This Update provides a brief summary of the key statutory and regulatory developments in Singapore for the year 2018.
MOH lauched a public consultation on 4 Dec 2018 seeking views from the public and key stakeholders on possible measures to reduce Singaporeans' sugar intake from pre-packaged sugar-sweetened beverages.
CCCS has cleared the proposed acquisition by NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited of Kopitiam Investment Pte Ltd and its subsidiaries.
GEMS will comprise three components: a Listing Grant, a Research Talent Development Grant and a Research Initiatives Grant.
The revisions took effect from 25 January 2019.
In Nov 2018, the government presented a bill in Parliament which proposes among other things to implement the 1989 Salvage Convention in virtually every respect.
On 30 Nov 2018, MAS released an updated version of "A Guide to Digital Token Offerings".
This article summarises the challenges that AI brings to dispute resolution lawyers.
To stay competitive, Singapore intends to establish itself as a key financing node in Asia by making available sources of financing in addition to the 20 major banks already doing so.
This update examines the sentencing trends for offences under the WSHA following two important SHC decisions which laid down comprehensive sentencing frameworks for offences under the WSHA.
The Carbon Pricing Act came into force on 1 Jan 19. It is a part of a slew of climate change mitigation and adaptation measures.
This briefing highlights some key questions to consider should the UK cease to be an EEA country on 29 Mar 2019 without any transitional or special arrangements.
As part of efforts to keep healthcare costs sustainable, the Singapore MOH has on 13 Nov 2018 introduced fee benchmarks for surgeon fees at private hospitals and clinics.
The key changes are intended to reflect the Telecommunications Act amendments introduced in 2017, as well as to keep pace with market and technology developments.
The consultation paper seeks views on four possible measures, which are not mutually exclusive, towards pre-packaged SSBs.
SGX RegCo’s main concern is how the issuer safeguards its own interest and that of its shareholders when it conducts an ICO.
The Guide provides general guidance on the application of the securities laws in relation to offers or issues of digital tokens in Singapore.
The document sets out 14 principles for firms to consider when assessing existing or developing new internal frameworks to govern the use of AI and data analytics.
This article highlights the key features of the consultation, which closed on 28 Dec 2018. the scope includes the responsibilities and independence of issue managers.
This update sets out the key feautures of the Interim Rules which came into force on 1 Jan 2019.