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Singapore, China Regulators Forge Stronger Financial Links

Law360 (November 28, 2018, 6:26 PM EST) -- The Monetary Authority of Singapore and Shanghai Municipal Financial Regulatory Bureau said Tuesday that they have identified key areas in which to increase financial cooperation between the country and the sovereign city-state, including financing the Belt and Road Initiative projects.

China-Singapore Financial Cooperation Milestones

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Strengthen cross-border regulatory and supervisory cooperation

• People’s Bank of China-MAS memorandum of understanding on Strengthening Cooperation signed in 2002

• MOU on Cooperation and Exchange of Information on the Regulation of Derivatives signed with China Securities Regulatory Commission in 2018

• MOU on Staff Exchange signed with CSRC in 2018

Promote fintech cooperation and joint innovation...

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