MAS preps financial institutions for return to normal


Singapore’s central bank has issued guidance to financial institutions, as the country prepares to resume business operations from June 2.

As Covid-19 cases are falling, customers will be able to access banking services from a larger number of locations from the start of next month, which has prompted the central bank to allow financial firms more onsite staff.

“[Financial institutions] are required to implement strict safe management measures, including staggered start times and flexible work

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