RegTech Is the New FinTech: The Case of Singapore as a Regional Innovation Hub (1/10)

“Since 2016, the Singaporean government was proactively dedicated to utilize FinTech developments to enhance its regulatory capacity: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is in the process of merging money exchange and remittance systems law into one legislation, which would enable the comprehensive regulation of old and new payments services. At the time of writing they have further advanced with these initiatives.”

Source: Richtopia

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