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    1. December 3, 2014

      Singapore regulator demands review after SGX software glitch

      Singaporean regulators have warned the city-state’s stock exchange it may face penalties after a second trading glitch in a...

    2. November 23, 2014

      Brazilian police probe British property developer EcoHouse

      A British property developer that raised money from international investors to participate in a landmark Brazilian...

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    1. November 6, 2014

      Singapore returns $8bn to banks involved in rate probe

      Singapore has returned about S$10bn ($7.7bn) that it forced 19 banks to hand over last year as punishment in a sweeping...

    2. November 4, 2014

      Intercontinental Exchange to launch in Singapore from March

      Intercontinental Exchange, the US energy markets operator, has set a launch date of March 17 next year for its new...

    3. October 29, 2014

      Abu Dhabi hires regulatory chief to oversee financial centre

      Abu Dhabi has hired Singapore Exchange’s chief regulatory officer to head up the oil-rich emirate’s new financial centre...

    4. October 28, 2014

      Singapore to examine swaps trading change

      Singapore is considering whether to require market participants to trade on regulated electronic trading platforms, marking...

    5. September 30, 2014

      Singapore emerges as regional hub for intra-Asia renminbi commerce

      Ever since China gave its blessing to Hong Kong as the crucible for the internationalisation of the renminbi in 2004 a race...

    6. September 17, 2014

      Australia and Singapore sign derivatives data pact

      Australia and Singapore have agreed to allow their regulators mutual access to trading data stored in electronic warehouses...

    7. August 10, 2014

      No influx of European wealth for Singapore

      Singapore sees no evidence that wealthy people are shifting funds from Europe to Asia in order to escape tough rules on tax...

    8. June 24, 2014

      Singapore joins clampdown on bank liquidity

      Singapore has fallen in to line with other major financial centres by requiring that all banks operating in the city-state...

    9. May 16, 2014

      Singapore’s UOB gains Eurex Clearing membership

      Singapore’s United Overseas Bank has become the first bank in Asia to obtain membership with Eurex Clearing, the...

    10. April 10, 2014

      Singapore central bank linked to forex probe

      Singapore’s central bank was drawn into the foreign exchange market scandal when it emerged that a Deutsche Bank sales...

    11. March 13, 2014

      Singapore puts Bitcoin dealers under the microscope

      Bitcoin exchanges in Singapore will have to identify their customers and report suspicious transactions to regulators after...

    12. December 30, 2013

      SGX approved for US derivatives clearing

      The Singapore exchange has become the first Asian exchange to be allowed to offer clearing of over-the-counter derivatives...

    13. November 21, 2013

      Threat of currency probes stepping up pace in Asia

      A sprawling probe into alleged manipulation of the $5.3tn a day global foreign exchange markets has sent chills through...

    14. October 22, 2013

      China agrees renminbi accord with Singapore

      China is to further internationalise its currency by allowing Singapore-based investors to buy renminbi-denominated...

    15. October 17, 2013

      Barclays takes new Libor rate-rigging allegations to appeal court

      Misconduct by Barclays in relation to the manipulation of Libor, a key interest rate, “goes further and wider than the...

    16. October 14, 2013

      Food prices push up inflation in China and India

      Surges in the cost of food in Asia have pushed up inflation, and debate is heating up over how dangerous that is. Better...

    17. September 12, 2013

      SocGen looks to shed rest of private banking interests in Asia

      Société Générale is looking to sell the rest of its private banking business in Asia following the recent disposal of its...

    18. July 23, 2013

      Surging Singapore narrows wealth management gap with Switzerland

      Singapore’s rise as a global centre for managing money has taken a big step with assets under management in the city state...

    19. July 23, 2013

      Singapore loosens Switzerland’s grip on wealth management

      A few weeks ago, a small group of Swiss bankers and diplomats gathered in the ground floor restaurant of a high-rise office...

    20. July 23, 2013

      Singapore funds benefit from Asian wealth

      Singapore’s rise as a global centre for managing money has taken a big step with assets under management in the city state...

    21. June 30, 2013

      Singapore tightens tax evasion measures

      Singapore will from Monday make it a money-laundering offence for banks to assist tax-evaders stash their funds in the Asian...

    22. June 14, 2013

      Singapore punishes 20 banks in rate probe

      The sprawling global rate-rigging probe expanded dramatically on Friday as authorities in Singapore disciplined 20 banks and...

    23. May 21, 2013

      Indonesia approves DBS acquisition of 40% of Bank Danamon

      DBS, southeast Asia’s largest bank by assets, on Tuesday won approval from Indonesia for the acquisition of up to 40 per...

    24. April 30, 2013

      OTC trading reform threatens Asian markets

      Asia’s banks may have avoided the worst of the global financial crisis, but its derivatives markets could still suffer the...

    25. April 17, 2013

      UBS probe raises questions over Singapore’s regional rate-fixing role

      Just when you thought there were no more obscure acronyms to emerge from the global financial crisis triggered in 2008,...

    26. April 12, 2013

      Singapore economy unexpectedly contracts

      SINGAPORE – Singapore on Friday stuck to its tight monetary policy stance even as gross domestic product unexpectedly...

    27. March 12, 2013

      Growth comes with side effects for Singapore

      Singapore generally dislikes drawing attention to itself when it comes to financial markets. Having discreetly built itself...

    28. February 1, 2013

      Currency-fixing probe rattles Singapore

      Singapore, the world’s fourth largest centre for foreign exchange trading, has been unnerved by a probe by the city-state’s...

    29. November 1, 2012

      Dodd-Frank roils Asia energy derivatives

      Singapore’s energy derivatives markets, Asia’s biggest by volume, have been thrown into turmoil as the ripple effect of new...

    30. October 21, 2012

      Singapore is ‘Asia for beginners’ for foreigners

      With a population of only 5m and well over 4,000 registered funds, there would appear to be a surfeit of investment...

    31. October 14, 2012

      Singapore strikes deal on tax dodgers

      Singapore is clamping down on foreigners shifting money to its banks to evade tax by striking a deal with Germany that will...

    32. September 17, 2012

      Singapore heads towards recession

      Singapore is in danger of heading into recession after it reported a significant fall in non-oil exports in August on weak...

    33. August 29, 2012

      Asia hits out at US swaps reform plans

      US proposals to revamp global derivatives markets threaten to create systemic risks and damp trading, Asian financial...

    34. August 23, 2012

      Trader casts light on RBS Libor setting

      A former Singapore-based trader at Royal Bank of Scotland has opened a new window into how attempts were allegedly made to...

    35. July 25, 2012

      Singapore tells banks to review Sibor

      Singapore’s central bank has ordered banks in the city state to review how they set local interbank interest rates, as...

    36. July 17, 2012

      Singapore set to lift forex margin requirements

      Singapore is poised to clamp down on foreign-exchange dealing by retail investors with plans to double the amount of money...

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      July 10, 2012

      RCom shares up on cable unit price

      Shares in Reliance Communications shot up 6.59 per cent on Tuesday on news that the debt-ridden company had set an...

    38. July 8, 2012

      Cerulli warns of Fair review disaster

      The outcome of a review by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) could significantly damage the city-state’s financial...

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