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By Quek Li Fei, Mike Chiam
On 28 June 2019, the Monetary Authority of Singapore ("MAS") announced that it will issue up to five (5) new digital bank licences.
By Quek Li Fei
Combating Fake News: Anti-Doxxing Measures and Other Amendments to the Protection from Harassment Act
By Pradeep Kumar Singh
When a portion of a post-employment clause is found to be in unreasonable restraint of trade, in what circumstances should the court sever
By Bill Jamieson, Pei Ling Wong
AMENDMENTS TO THE RULES ON VOLUNTARY DELISTING FROM SGX-ST
By Bill Jamieson
The "Business Asset Transaction" consent exception and its application to share sale transactions
By Pradeep Kumar Singh, Pei Ling Wong
The Singapore High Court, in its recent decision in Public Prosecutor v Jurong Country Club and another appeal [2019] SGHC 150 ("PP v JCC")
By Soo Ling See Tow
Protection of registered trade marks and well-known marks – infringement and opposition proceedings
By Amit Dhume, Bill Jamieson
This table provides you with a useful overview of the Variable Capital Company ("VCC").
By Amit Dhume, Bill Jamieson
The variable capital company ("VCC") is a new corporate structure for all types of collective investment schemes ("CIS") in Singapore. Each VCC may comprise of one or more CIS, which can be open-ended
By Amit Dhume, Abel Ho
The variable capital company is a new corporate structure for all types of collective investment schemes in Singapore. Each VCC may comprise of one or more CIS, which can be open-ended or closed-ended funds.
By Min-Li Tan, Ellie Cheung
On 22 March 2019, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited published a listing decision (LD121-2019) to provide guidance on the reasons for rejecting 24 listing applications in 2018, an eight-fold increase from 3 in 2017.
By Subramanian Pillai, Daphne Tan, Leonard Chua
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act ("SOPA") was introduced in 2004 to improve cash-flow in the building and construction industry.
By Li Fei Quek, Mike Chiam, Adrian Toh, Samuel Ling
The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act ("POFMA") was passed by ​Parliament on 8 May 2019 after a vigorous debate in Parliament.
By Li Fei Quek, Mike Chiam, Adrian Toh, Samuel Ling
On 25 April 2019, the Monetary Authority of Singapore ("MAS") updated the E-Payments User Protection Guidelines ("Guidelines").
By Stephen SOH, Pei Ling Wong
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