In a series of articles written in collaboration with Regulation Asia, Starling has outlined its principal findings.

In the first three articles, we discussed (1) the UK’s leadership role in driving the global supervisory agenda around conduct and culture, (2) developments in Australia that have shaped the global dialogue around governance and supervision in this area, and (3) Hong Kong’s ecosystem approach to addressing culture and conduct issues.

This article focuses on Singapore, where senior officials have been emphasizing the importance of culture in promoting ethical business practices at financial institutions. In particular, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has been taking steps to solidify its own leadership role regarding the global culture and conduct risk agenda.

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