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WORKING WITH CENTRAL BANKS AND FELLOW REGULATORS
WORKING WITH INDUSTRY
 
WORKING WITH CENTRAL BANKS AND FELLOW REGULATORS 42
 
Executives' Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP) 42
 
Third Asian Forum of Insurance Regulators (AFIR) 42
 
Central Bank Information Technology Exchange (CBITX) 42
 
Exchange of Letters with CRBC Pertaining To QDII Business 42
 
Mutual Recognition of Market Professional Examinations with Thailand 42
 
Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) On Supervisory Cooperation 43
 
Box Story 6 - MAS Lecture by Toshihiko Fukui, Governor, Bank of Japan 43
 
Box Story 7 - Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) Annual Dinner 44
 
Participation in International Forums and Initiatives 44
 
Bank for International Settlements 44
 
Continuous Linked Settlement 45
 
International Organisation of Securities Commissions 45
 
International Association of Insurance Supervisors 45
 
Islamic Financial Services Board 45
 
Information Technology Supervisors Group 46
 
Regional Initiatives 46
 
Capital Market Development and Chiang Mai Initiative 46
 
Anti-Money Laundering/ Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CFT) 46
 
MAS Regional Banking Supervisors Training Programme 46
 
Regional Leadership Programme for Securities Regulators 46
 

Exchange of Letters with CBRC Pertaining to QDII Business

MAS and the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) signed a supervisory cooperation arrangement in relation to the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) business of Chinese commercial banks on 22 January 2008. The supervisory cooperation arrangement paves the way for Chinese commercial banks to conduct investments on behalf of their clients with Singapore-based financial institutions regulated by MAS. The Chinese commercial banks will be able to offer their customers a range of investment opportunities available in Singapore, which include investments in the Singapore bond and stock market, as well as funds authorised or recognised by MAS.

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