Singapore offers financial institutions a pro-business and cost-competitive environment, excellent infrastructure, and a highly skilled and cosmopolitan labour force. Find out what makes Singapore a .
Singapore FinTech Festival
The world's largest FinTech festival for the global FinTech community to connect, collaborate and co-create.
Grants for Innovation
Get funding on proof-of-concepts, hiring, business development and more.
Sandbox relaxes specific regulatory requirements to enable live experiments of innovation within boundaries.
Understand the various initiatives for technology solutions and projects in Green Finance.
Central Bank Digital Currency
Unlocking new possibilities for the future of money and payments via CBDC.
Technological advances and the rapid digitalisation of the economy are unlocking new possibilities for the future of financial services, one of which is Digital Assets.
Understand more about MAS' payment initiatives like SGQR, FAST, PayNow and UPOS.
Business sans Borders
A collaborative AI-driven global solutions hub to foster SME digitalization.
World's first to use a national digital identity and centrally managed online consent system for secure access to financial data from private and public sectors.
MAS works with Tripartite partners to build a sustainable pipeline of professionals and leaders in the financial sector. Financial institutions can get support for hiring and training as well as support for workforce transformation, while finance professionals can tap on funding for skill and career development.
Read more about the by the MAS, Association of Banks in Singapore, the Life Insurance Association, the General Insurance Association and the Finance Houses Association of Singapore to help individuals and SMEs affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MAS has a $125 Million support package for the financial and FinTech sectors to sustain and strengthen capabilities. This will position financial institutions and FinTech firms for stronger growth when the threat of COVID-19 recedes and economic activity normalises.
At the International Symposium on Central Bank Independence, Mr Ravi Menon, Managing Director, MAS, spoke on the panel titled "Central bank independence and the development of payments and central bank digital currencies".
Mr Goh Jia Poh, Kenneth was convicted and sentenced to 19 months’ imprisonment and fined $355,604 for multiple offences relating to false trading, unauthorised use of trading accounts and fraudulently inducing others to deal in shares, under the Securities and Futures Act.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued 8-year prohibition orders (POs) against Mr Selvarajulu S/O Subramaniam.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued 15-year prohibition orders (POs) against Mr Han Delong.
MAS announced the renewal of the Bilateral Local Currency Swap Arrangement with the Bank of Japan for another three years.