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Pinsent Masons LLP
Members of the public need to "exercise due diligence to understand the risks" involved in investing in initial coin (or token) offerings (ICOs), and other schemes involving digital tokens, the advice said.
Jones Day
The Monetary Authority of Singapore clarified in an August announcement that the offer or issue of digital tokens will be regulated by MAS if "the digital tokens constitute products regulated under the Securities and Futures Act."
Alliott Group (International)
When foreign companies set up in Singapore, the two most commonly used company incorporation types are the branch office or subsidiary company.
Shook Lin & Bok
In recent years, Singapore had been ranked as one of the top foreign investors in Indonesia.
Shook Lin & Bok
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).
Shook Lin & Bok
The Singapore Companies Act (Amendment) Bill 2017 is poised to revolutionise Singapore's restructuring and insolvency framework.
STA Law Firm
The Singapore Companies Act 1967 was the primary legislation regulating corporate entities in Singapore.
Duane Morris LLP
If a Target provides private information which is not materially price sensitive to an acquirer, the acquirer must nonetheless ensure that proper disclosure is made in the takeover documentation.
Dentons
-commerce today has been defined as the buying and selling or provision of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network.
Withers LLP
The Settlor's surviving spouse subsequently decided that she no longer wished to use the family home as her personal residence and, together with the rest of the family...
Duane Morris LLP
Passed by the Singapore Parliament on 10 March 2017, the Companies (Amendment) Act 2017 significantly amended the Companies Act (Cap 50) (the "Act") to:
Dentons
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS) had on 24 April 2017 concluded its public consultation with various stakeholders on the Singapore Variable Capital Company (S-VACC) concept.
Withers LLP
Since its enactment in 1967, the Companies Act of Singapore has undergone several reviews to ensure that the corporate regulatory regime is robust and supports Singapore's growth as a global hub for business and investors.
Dentons
On 10 March 2017, an urgent bill was passed, with all three readings done in a single Parliament sitting on the same day.
Jones Day
A director of a company before a witness who attests that director's signature.
Clyde & Co
There are certain key legislative amendments to the Companies Act (Cap 50) of Singapore which will take effect from 31 March 2017.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In a move widely seen as an attempt to further enhance Singapore's status as a business-friendly destination, Parliament recently passed the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2017...
Dentons
The Companies Bill was passed by Parliament on 10 March 2017, and subsequently the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) announced that the changes to the Companies Act...
Shook Lin & Bok
The permissibility of DCS structures is a matter of considerable public debate. On one hand, there is the risk that shares with multiple votes can be used to severely undermine minority interests.
Dentons
In negotiating the terms of a sale and purchase agreement, whether for a transfer of shares or business assets of a company, a purchaser will often have to rely on the results of its due diligence...
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Shook Lin & Bok
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).
STA Law Firm
The Singapore Companies Act 1967 was the primary legislation regulating corporate entities in Singapore.
Shook Lin & Bok
The Singapore Companies Act (Amendment) Bill 2017 is poised to revolutionise Singapore's restructuring and insolvency framework.
Dentons
-commerce today has been defined as the buying and selling or provision of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network.
Duane Morris LLP
Passed by the Singapore Parliament on 10 March 2017, the Companies (Amendment) Act 2017 significantly amended the Companies Act (Cap 50) (the "Act") to:
Duane Morris LLP
If a Target provides private information which is not materially price sensitive to an acquirer, the acquirer must nonetheless ensure that proper disclosure is made in the takeover documentation.
Shook Lin & Bok
The Ministry of Finance ("MOF") and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority ("ACRA") have invited public feedback to proposed amendments to the Companies Act by 13 January 2017.
TMF Group
Singapore's Accounting and Regulatory Authority (ACRA) announced in April that the legislative changes to the Companies Act - Capther 50 (CA), passed in October 2014 - would be rolled out in two phases...
TMF Group
Singapore remains among the least complex countries in Asia for business compliance, despite a decline in its ranking compared to 2014, according to TMF Group's Global Benchmark Complexity Index 2015.
Jones Day
A director of a company before a witness who attests that director's signature.
Withers LLP
Since its enactment in 1967, the Companies Act of Singapore has undergone several reviews to ensure that the corporate regulatory regime is robust and supports Singapore's growth as a global hub for business and investors.
Clyde & Co
There are certain key legislative amendments to the Companies Act (Cap 50) of Singapore which will take effect from 31 March 2017.
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