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By Liew Kai Zee
A defence in illegality would have defeated the Receiving Bank's claim.
By Liew Kai Zee
The Plaintiff brought the suit to recover the remaining sums under the Revised Credit Facilities.
By Eric Chan
Banks and merchant banks have the legal duty to keep all customer information confidential.
By Eric Chan
This update outlines the key proposals in MAS's public consultation.
By Probin Dass
In many cases, the dispute has been referred to arbitration abroad or to a foreign court.
By Joseph Chun
Climate change is the existential threat of our times, and unless all countries collectively keep greenhouse emissions at a level consistent with an increase in not more than 1.5oC of global warming above pre-industrial levels,...
By Eric Chan
In November 2018, the Serious Crimes and Counter-Terrorism (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill was read for the second time and passed by the Singapore Parliament.
By Eric Chan
Currently, the SFA and FAA regulatory regimes provide for MAS to have the power to approve such collaborative cross-border business arrangements between a local FI and its FRC.
By Eric Chan, Johnny Lim
The Payment Services Bill ("Bill") was tabled for First Reading in Parliament on 19 November 2018.
By Eric Chan
The Guidelines also set out the duties of responsible FIs.
By Liew Kai Zee
The High Court also held that there was no required mutuality of debts for insolvent set-off to occur, if the debt was charged to another party.
By Debby Lim
In a ground-breaking application before the Singapore courts, a foreign-incorporated company successfully obtained an order to place itself under judicial management in Singapore.
By Teo Mae Shaan, Vincent Lim
On 2 October 2018, the Employment (Amendment) Bill was introduced in Parliament. This client update will provide an overview of the key changes to the Employment Act as proposed in the Bill.
By Liew Kai Zee
The UK Financial Conduct Authority has announced that LIBOR will be discontinued after 2021.
By Tan Woon Hum
Back in 2016, the Singapore government announced that a new flexible investment fund structure called OEIC will be introduced.
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