MAS may force large banks to open payment rails for interoperability

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Tuesday proposed to hold powers to force large banks in Singapore to open up their payment rails to competitors and third-party players to ensure that large payment systems are compatible with other payment systems.


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