Insurers may carry on insurance business in Singapore as licensed insurers, authorised reinsurers, approved Marine, Aviation and Transit (MAT) insurers, or foreign insurers. Insurance brokers may conduct insurance broking activities in Singapore as registered insurance brokers or approved insurance brokers. Find out about the regulations, updates and licensing for such institutions.
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Information on culture and conduct outcomes financial institutions should work towards in specific areas such as governance, hiring, communication channels and performance management. The paper also provides examples of good practices gathered from a thematic survey and dialogue sessions conducted by MAS with banks, insurers and capital market intermediaries.
Guidance on the five high level outcomes that financial institutions should achieve to promote the accountability of senior managers, strengthen oversight over material risk personnel, and reinforce conduct standards among all employees.
Sets out MAS’ supervisory expectations of effective AML/CFT controls in the private banking industry. The paper follows from a series of thematic inspections on private banks (“PBs”), and supplements the MAS’ Guidance on Private Banking Controls issued in 2014.
Informs direct life and composite insurers on amendments to MAS Notice 321 - Direct Purchase Insurance Products.
Requirements for life insurers to manufacture and offer of direct purchase insurance (DPI).