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Singapore will invest US$2 billion in ‘green’ finance to mitigate and adapt to climate change risks – here’s what that means

Singapore wants to be a leading centre for green finance. It also wants to make its financial system resilient to environmental risks.

Singaporeans asked for 1.8 million more pieces of bicentennial S$20 notes – so that’s what they’re getting

Remaining notes will be made available to the public at the bank branches.

A global body just gave Tharman an award, describing him as ‘visionary’ with ‘unique and highly valuable perspective’

“The success and stability of today’s international financial system would not be possible without their foresight and steady hands," IIF's CEO said.

A woman was caught using counterfeit S$50 notes- here’s how to tell if a note is fake

Those who suspect they have a counterfeit note must report it to the police, as holding on to these notes is illegal.

Singapore FinTech Festival and SWITCH will combine this year to synergise fintech and deep tech solutions

For the first time, the conference will feature sustainability as a theme.

S$20 frenzy: Even the Singapore Mint’s S$280 bicentennial notes sets are oversubscribed

Even spending S$280 at the Singapore Mint can't help you.

Singapore central bank stands pat on monetary policy as growth slows

The central bank alsorevised down its 2019 core inflation forecast to 1 to 2%, from 1.5 to 2.5% previously.

Singapore central bank bans former Goldman Sachs’ banker for life

The order prevents him from performing any regulated activity under the Securities and Futures Act.