MAS establishes long-term corporate governance committee

Monetary Authority of Singapore
George Johnson

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has established a corporate governance advisory committee to raise standards in the financial sector, it announced on February 12. 

The Corporate Governance Advisory Committee has been set up to “uphold Singapore’s reputation as a trusted international financial centre”, the MAS said in a statement.

The new body was set up after recommendations made by the Corporate Governance Council in 2018, which called for improving standards over the long term. The

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