Ringgit slips at close, tracking global oil performance

A money changer counts ringgit at a shop in Putrajaya October 26, 2007. — Reuters pic KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 — The ringgit slipped marginally at the close today, tracking the performance of global oil market, as investors stayed on the sidelines.As at 6pm, the local note was quoted at 4.1370/1400 compared with 4.1300/1340 on Tuesday.The market was closed yesterday in conjunction with Malaysia Day.An analyst said the...

Jacqueline Loh: Act now to transition to SORA

Keynote speech by Ms Jacqueline Loh, Deputy Managing Director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, at The Association of Banks in Singapore's Roundtable Session on SGD Interest Rate Landscape Changes, Singapore, 9 September 2020.Want to know more on Jacqueline Loh: Act now to transition to SORA click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Bank for International Settlements News.Author: Jacqueline Loh

Banks’ senior managers at heart of latest guidelines from MAS to ensure accountability

September 10, 2020 2:19 PMSINGAPORE - Guidelines to strengthen the individual accountability of senior managers and raise standards of conduct in financial institutions were spelled out by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Thursday (Sept 10).Want to know more on Banks' senior managers at heart of latest guidelines from MAS to ensure accountability click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Straits Times...

Ringgit opens higher ahead of BNM meeting

At 9.10am, the local currency was quoted at 4.1630/1680 against the greenback from yesterday’s close of 4.1700/1740. ― Reuters pic KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 ― The ringgit opened slightly higher today ahead of Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting, an analyst said.At 9.10am, the local currency was quoted at 4.1630/1680 against the greenback from yesterday’s close of 4.1700/1740.The central bank has reduced the overnight policy...

MAS to step up ‘supervisory engagement’ to ensure banks meet Sora transition timelines

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will be stepping up supervisory engagement to ensure that banks in the Republic are well-prepared to transition from Swap Offer Rate (SOR) - a key interest rate benchmark - to the Singapore Overnight Rate Average (Sora) by the end of 2021, said a top official. Want to know more on MAS to step up 'supervisory engagement' to ensure banks meet Sora transition...

MAS to ensure banks’ smooth transition to Sora by end-2021

September 10, 2020 5:00 AMThe Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will be stepping up supervisory engagement to ensure that banks in the Republic are well prepared to transition to a new interest rate benchmark by the end of next year.Want to know more on MAS to ensure banks' smooth transition to Sora by end-2021 click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Straits Times...

MAS to ensure Singapore banks’ smooth transition to Sora by end-2021

September 09, 2020 3:53 PMSINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will be stepping up supervisory engagement to ensure that banks in the Republic are well prepared to transition from Swap Offer Rate (SOR) - a key interest rate benchmark - to the Singapore Overnight Rate Average (Sora) by the end of 2021, said a top official.Want to know more on MAS to ensure...

MAS to ramp up supervisory engagement with banks to ensure smooth transition to Sora by end-2021

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will be stepping up supervisory engagement to ensure that banks in the Republic are well prepared to transition from Swap Offer Rate (SOR) - a key interest rate benchmark - to the Singapore Overnight Rate Average (Sora) by the end of 2021, said a top official. Want to know more on MAS to ramp up supervisory engagement with banks to ensure smooth...
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