MAS launches campaign to boost Singaporeans’ financial resilience

Central bank starts programme in bid to help people manage challenges posed by Covid-19

Monetary Authority of Singapore
George Johnson

Singapore’s central bank has launched a campaign to help Singaporeans better manage their finances and stay resilient, as Covid-19 dampens economic growth and pushes up the unemployment rate.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) started a 12-week campaign from August 14. The programme is part of the city-state’s national financial education programme, dubbed MoneySense.

The 2020 campaign will focus on helping Singaporeans manage their finances prudently, cope with tighter cashflows

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