This article will discuss the main changes introduced by the Moneylenders Amendment Act 2018.
BMSMA 2017 was passed in Parliament on 11 September 2017 and received the President’s Assent on 3 October 2017.
MAS is now proposing to switch the exemption regime from a case-by-case approval to a post-fact notification approach.
The Bill, once passed, represents a significant milestone in consolidating, streamlining and modernising existing payments legislation as part of Singapore's payments roadmap to 2020.
This alert will provide an overview of the application and timing of the statutory bail-in regime for banks, and a summary of the rules on temporary stays on termination rights.
This article highlights the key provisions of the 2017 Amendment Act which came into effect on 8 October 2018.
The Bill seeks to amend the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Crimes (Confiscation of Benefits) Act and the Terrorism (Suppression of Financing) Act.
On 1 Oct 2018, the Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill was tabled in Parliament for first reading.
Other changes include recovering interest from taxpayer who fails to comply with remission conditions; relief from stamp duty for corporate restructuring…
The Bill seeks to amend the Housing Developers (Control and Licensing) Act and the Sale of Commercial Properties Act to give effect to some recommendations of the FATF regarding AML/CFT.
The SF(A)A introduces changes to rules in connection with licensing, prospectus requirements, conduct of business and market misconduct.
This comment briefly analyses some of the most substantive changes brought about by the 2018 amendments.
This article discusses the means by which a Town Council’s statutory duties, particularly its duties of financial prudence, may be enforced.
In this update, we will consider certain aspects of the second MAS Response in relation to the 2018 Prospectus Regulations.
As the 2nd MAS Response is fairly wide ranging, this update will focus on certain sections relating to the SFLCBR.
The PCRC introduces new types of offences to tackle crimes facilitated by technological developments, emerging crime trends, and crimes against vulnerable victims.
The GI Rules will be issued under the Geographical Indications Act 2014 to govern the operational aspects of a new Registry of Geographical Indications.
The Act provides for criteria for the position of professional deputies, including providing that all professional deputies must be registered with the Public Guardian.
This update provides a summary of the key amendments to the Bills, which were introduced in Parliement on 10 Sep 18.
The Act also provides for the regulation of providers of licensable cybersecurity services.