Types of Capital Markets Entities in Singapore
Capital markets entities are licensed and governed under the Securities and Futures Act (SFA) , Trust Companies Act (TCA) and Financial Advisers Act (FAA) .
MAS is governed by the MAS Act, which confers on it powers to issue legal instruments for regulation and supervision of financial institutions.View all regulations
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This circular sets out MAS’ observations and expectations from inspections of licensed venture capital fund managers.
Sets out the best practices that managers, approved trustees, VCC directors and VCC custodians of collective investment schemes offered to retail public are expected to observe on management, operation and marketing of the schemes.
This circular reminds all financial institutions (FIs) to stay vigilant to the ML/TF risks in wealth management sector, and sets out MAS’ expectations for FIs to review its existing controls to ensure that they remain adequate to mitigate the ML/TF risks from high growth areas. In conducting its review, FIs should take into account the additional information provided in this circular as well as previous MAS guidance that was issued to the industry.
Provides guidance on the regulatory scope of the Trust Companies Act, including licensing and reporting requirements for licensed trust companies, exempt trust companies and exempt persons providing trust services.
Requirements for corporate finance advisers in relation to general business conduct and due diligence work.