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By Debby Lim, Probin Dass
The CA held that the rejection of the JEI Proposal should have been disclosed and it was difficult to believe that the Scheme Companies were unaware of the same.
By Debby Lim
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of the legal framework and key issues surrounding restructuring and insolvency in Singapore.
By Johnny Lim
Financial technology or "FinTech" is transforming and revolutionising financial services like never before, bringing to bear exciting innovations ranging from robo-advisers to crowdfunding platforms.
By Debby Lim
The Singapore High Court considered for the first time the juridical nature of a contractual lien on sub-freights.
By Eric Chan
The Association of Banks in Singapore ("ABS") had on 1 June 2017 released a revised version of the Guidelines on Control Objectives and Procedures for Outsourced Service Providers (the "Guidelines").
By Gwendolyn Gn
In recent years, Singapore had been ranked as one of the top foreign investors in Indonesia.
By Liew Kai Zee, Debby Lim
Trade finance is often structured as self-liquidating financial transactions, with trust receipts and sale and repurchase agreements being the common staples of the industry.
By Liew Kai Zee, Prakash Raja Segaran
In recent years, there have been several proposed buyout deals involving REITs and Business Trusts, the most recent being the proposed privatisation exercise by Croesus Retail Trust (CRT).
By Probin Dass
The proceeds of a judicial sale of a ship are normally paid according to the following order:
By Vincent Lim
2017 has seen many changes to the employment law of Singapore. These include, amongst others, the implementation of a two week paternity leave for fathers of newborns and the establishment of an Employment Claims Tribunal.
By Sarjit Singh Gill, Liew Kai Zee
The Singapore Companies Act (Amendment) Bill 2017 is poised to revolutionise Singapore's restructuring and insolvency framework.
By Eric Chan
The business conduct requirements in the SF(LCB)R will also be amended to accommodate this new class of CMS licensees.
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As a preliminary point, it should be noted that the PO regime generally applies to both individuals and legal entities.
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Back-testing and gap analysis should also be performed whenever any changes are made to the client-facing tool.
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