|19 March 2020||TMF Trustees Singapore Limited (TTSL)||Composition||MAS Imposes Composition Penalty of $400,000 on TMF Trustees Singapore Limited for AML/CFT Failures|
|19 March 2020||Poh Kim Chuan, Chew Kheng Swee, Yap Bin Chun, Lin Weiwen, William, Kelvin Goh Shang Fei, Lam Allan||Prohibition Order||MAS bans six individuals for fraud and dishonest conduct|
|25 February 2020||Wong Leon Keat||Criminal Prosecution||Former Director charged for offences under the Securities and Futures Act and Penal Code|
|17 January 2020||Lim Soon Fang||First civil penalty enforcement action for failure to disclose shareholding interests|
|12 December 2019||CT Bright Investment Pte. Ltd.||Revocation/Suspension of Regulatory Status||MAS Revokes the Capital Markets Services Licence of CT Bright Investment Pte. Ltd.|
|25 November 2019||Joseph Chai Ming Leong||Criminal Prosecution||Former Director Convicted of Furnishing False Statement to the SGX-DT|
|14 November 2019||UBS AG (UBS)||Civil Penalty||MAS Imposes Civil Penalty of $11.2 million on UBS for Deceptive Trades by its Client Advisors|
|22 October 2019||Lim Eng Jue, Lau Wan Heng, Ang Wei Jie Simon, Chong Yew Mun Alan, Yeo An Lun, Koh Cheo Leng, Goh Qi Rui Rayson, Teo Boon Cheang||Criminal Prosecution||Eight individuals charged for offences under the Securities and Futures Act|
|11 October 2019||Teh Chin Hong @ Edwin Teh, Ng Wei Ling, Aloysius Zephaniah Lim Bing Hong, Joseph Michael||Prohibition Order||MAS bans four individuals for engaging in fraudulent and dishonest conduct|
|14 August 2019||Leong Chee Wai, E Seck Peng Simon, Toh Chew Leong||Prohibition Order||MAS issues Prohibition Orders against three individuals following their conviction for insider trading|
View the list of formal regulatory and enforcement actions taken by MAS for breaches of laws and regulations administered by MAS and related matters.
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