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MAS issues new Notice on Minimum Liquid Assets and Liquidity Coverage Ratio

Singapore - December 23 2014 On 28 November 2014, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") issued the new MAS Notice 649 on "Minimum Liquid Assets and Liquidity Coverage...

Karen Tiah, Wong Sook Ping, Adrian Ang, Catherine Neo.


MAS explains application of loan-to-value limit and total debt servicing ratio where residential property owned by individual borrower is compulsorily acquired

Singapore - September 25 2014 On 4 September 2014, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") issued a Circular explaining the application of the following MAS Notices in...

Ernest Teo.


MAS launches representative notification framework on 26 November 2010

Singapore - November 30 2010 The Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") has launched the Representative Notification Framework (the "RNF") on 26 November 2010....

Karen Tiah.


MAS issues information paper on “guidance on private bank controls”

Singapore - July 30 2014 On 16 June 2014, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") issued an information paper (the "paper") entitled Guidance on Private Banking...

Karen Tiah, Wong Sook Ping, Adrian Ang, Catherine Neo.


Revised MAS Notice 637 on Risk Based Capital Adequacy Requirements for Banks Incorporated in Singapore to be implemented on 1 January 2013

Singapore - September 27 2012 On 14 September 2012, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the“MAS”) issued a revised MAS Notice 637 on Risk Based Capital Adequacy Requirements for Banks Incorporated in Singapore (“MAS Notice 637”) to raise the quality of the regulatory capital base, enhance risk coverage of the capital framework, and introduce the new leverage ratio and capital buffer requirements, as well as other amendments arising from the policy review of the MAS....

Karen Tiah, Wong Sook Ping, Adrian Ang.