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Blockchains & cryptos: To regulate or not to regulate

Blockchains & cryptos: To regulate or not to regulate

There is growing pressure for more effective guidelines and rules to enhance investor protection.

Engage qualified experts for tribunal: Forum

Engage qualified experts for tribunal: Forum

The Disciplinary Tribunal and non-expert witnesses cannot be expected to make decisions on complex issues fairly.

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China's new investment law opens more doors: Experts

China's new investment law opens more doors: Experts

Measures to facilitate foreign investment reflect Beijing's will to modernise, they say

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Should we regulate AI? Can we?

Should we regulate AI? Can we?

Artificial intelligence is viewed by many as the defining technology of the 21st century. But how can we ensure that its benefits outweigh the potential risks?

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Way govt data is managed under review

Way govt data is managed under review

This follows recent data breaches; deeper probe into how details of blood donors were exposed.

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Financial regulators keeping close watch on Hyflux saga

Financial regulators keeping close watch on Hyflux saga

MAS and SGX looking into water treatment company, will investigate if evidence of rule breaches are found.

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ADV: Research Positions at the NUS Centre for Banking & Finance Law

ADV: Research Positions at the NUS Centre for Banking & Finance Law

Join us on a journey towards excellence in teaching and research.

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New code lays down guidelines for commercial fund-raisers

New code lays down guidelines for commercial fund-raisers

It addresses concerns raised by public, including fund-raisers' pushiness and lack of transparency.

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Widow wins appeal to wind up company in family feud

Widow wins appeal to wind up company in family feud

Court found it had been dormant since 2011 as shown by its drop in revenue.

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Prosecution seeks fine for activist, jail for opposition politician

Prosecution seeks fine for activist, jail for opposition politician

AGC asks High Court to fine Jolovan Wham $10k to $15k, jail SDP's John Tan at least 15 days

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Things are looking up for the medical profession. Really.

Things are looking up for the medical profession. Really.

The public outcry against judgments given to two doctors is forcing the medical fraternity and the Health Ministry to relook the entire disciplinary process for doctors. That can result in needed change.

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Former Ipco International interim CEO jailed for 36 months

Former Ipco International interim CEO jailed for 36 months

His role in $8b penny stock crash in 2013 was extensive and prolonged, says judge

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Singapore's 1MDB probe not due to political influence

Singapore's 1MDB probe not due to political influence

MAS Enforcement Department executive director says its task is to protect public interest.

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Court boots out claims of trafficker against lawyers

Court boots out claims of trafficker against lawyers

There was no written or oral instruction from accused to his previous lawyers to challenge the admissibility of statements he himself had made, contrary to his claim.

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MAS scores, sets benchmark for others

MAS scores, sets benchmark for others

The MAS report focussed on market abuse, financial services misconduct, and money laundering-related control breaches.

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MAS out to identify cases of tardy corporate disclosure

MAS out to identify cases of tardy corporate disclosure

Its enforcement team unveils its 1st report on penalties meted and will tighten the screws.

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UOB employee forged signature for $2.2m in unauthorised transactions

UOB employee forged signature for $2.2m in unauthorised transactions

He repeatedly forged the signature of  his client to make unauthorised transactions from her accounts in an effort to meet sales targets.

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Blogger plans to appeal against decision over PM Lee's libel suit

Blogger plans to appeal against decision over PM Lee's libel suit

Blogger Leong Sze Hian plans to appeal against a High Court judgment dismissing his counterclaim in a libel suit brought against him by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

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International school removes 'Makansutra' signboard from its school canteen

International school removes 'Makansutra' signboard from its school canteen

The Makansutra name and trademark has been registered overseas.

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Hyflux admits $2.81b in claims after adjudication

Hyflux admits $2.81b in claims after adjudication

Sum includes $970m claimed by holders of preference shares, perpetual securities.

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