Project Ubin Phase 3: Delivery versus Payment (DvP)
MAS and Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced that it is collaborating to develop Delivery versus Payment (DvP) capabilities for settlement of tokenised assets across different blockchain platform. This will allow financial institutions and corporate investors to carry out simultaneous exchange and final settlement of tokenised digital currencies and securities assets, improving operational efficiency and reducing settlement risks. Three companies, Anquan, Deloitte and Nasdaq were appointed as technology partners for this project. They will leverage the open-source software developed and made publicly available in Project Ubin Phase 2.
MAS, together with McKinsey & Company, launched a working paper which sets out how high-integrity carbon credits can be utilised as a complementary financing instrument to accelerate and scale the early retirement of coal-fired power plants (CFPPs) and identifies what is needed to develop a high-quality market for such credits.
The MAS Enforcement Report sets out the enforcement actions taken by MAS, as well as SFA and FAA cases investigated under MAS-CAD Joint Investigation Arrangement, for the period of 1 January 2022 to 30 June 2023. The report also gives an update on the progress of MAS' enforcement priorities for 2022/2023 and outlines MAS’ key enforcement priorities for 2023/2024.
This report highlights one of the foundational principles of Project Guardian – the establishment of open and interoperable networks. A framework is introduced for understanding the design options to enable the trading of digital assets across networks and liquidity pools. This framework considers the core principles of...