UK and Singapore sign FinTech-focused MoU

UK and Singapore sign FinTech-focused MoU

The UK and Singapore have signed a MoU focused on strengthening FinTech trade and cooperation between the two nations.

Prospects for the post-Brexit UK financial sector

Nicolas Véron (PIIE), Katharine Braddick (UK Treasury) and Douglas A. Rediker (International Capital Strategies LLC; Brookings Institution) discuss prospects for the post-Brexit UK financial sector in this episode of the PIIE discussion series Financial Statements on April 28, 2021.

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Singapore Fintech Festival 2019

The Singapore FinTech Festival is back for its fourth year. It continues to be the biggest FinTech event in the world providing a global platform for the FinTech community to connect, collaborate and co-create. This video is a summary of the Singapore Fintech Festival 2019.

Singapore FinTech Association, ITE sign MOU for training and development

An agreement was signed on Sept 26 between the Singapore Fintech Association and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) to raise awareness of fintech among the institute’s students, staff and alumni.

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Connected With Latham: Fintech Focus – What’s Next for Hong Kong and Singapore in 2022?

The sixth annual Hong Kong and Singapore fintech events, both held in November 2021, revealed key new initiatives, regulatory developments, and market trends that will play out in 2022 and beyond. In Singapore, the Monetary Authority (MAS) released its initial assessment of the economic case for launching a retail central bank digital currency (CBDC), while in Hong Kong, the Monetary Authority issued a technical whitepaper on creating its own CBDC. The regulators also laid out steps to encourage fintech innovation and refine crypto regulations. The interaction between ESG and the fintech also emerged as a key theme.

In this episode of Connected With Latham, Simon Hawkins, Hong Kong partner and Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Blockchain and Digital Assets Task Force, joins Singapore partner Farhana Sharmeen to review key developments and discuss the outlook for 2022.

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