UK and Singapore to co-operate on regulation


Policy-makers from the UK and Singapore have formally agreed to bolster co-operation on cyber security and cross-border regulation, as part of a new financial partnership. 

The two countries will share information around climate risk management and fintech developments and will “explore opportunities for greater financial co-operation”, according to a joint statement from the UK Treasury and the Monetary Authority of Singapore. It will also foster “enhanced information sharing, closer co

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