Central Banking

MAS takes step to facilitate capital sourcing across Asean jurisdictions

Monetary Authority of Singapore

Singapore's central bank, together with the country's stock exchange and the securities commissions of Malaysia and Thailand, have stepped up efforts to make it easier for companies to raise capital in each other's jurisdictions.

The four entities this week issued a handbook for the implementation of the ‘Streamlined Review Framework' (SRF), an initiative under the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Capital Markets Forum, which promotes the freer flow of capital between member

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