Orchid Blueprint sets out the technology and infrastructure building blocks that would be required to facilitate digital money transactions in the future. The blueprint incorporates learnings from the Project Orchid industry trials and industry engagements.
This report presents proposals from a comprehensive feasibility study on the potential for the introduction of SGQR+ as Singapore’s future interoperable payments infrastructure. The study was conducted by the EY organisation, and Singapore’s key payment network operator, Banking Computer Services (BCS), with the support of MAS. The study’s key areas of focus were to determine the readiness of merchants and payment providers to adopt interoperable QR payments, and the benefits of enabling seamless and secure cross-platform QR payment transactions.
This information paper sets out MAS’ supervisory expectations of effective liquidity risk management (LRM) frameworks and practices and includes key findings from our thematic liquidity inspections and review of prospectuses, which focused on collective investment schemes (CIS) offered to retail investors.