INSIGHTS FROM CFA SOCIETY SINGAPORE

Beware unlicensed advisers who take 'cut' from friends

ONE week into the circuit breaker imposed from April 7 to June 1 in Singapore, the local authorities felt that there were too many people flouting social distancing rules. This prompted the government to toughen the penalty issued to first-time offenders - instead of a mere warning, a fine of S$...

INSIGHTS FROM CFA SOCIETY SINGAPORE

To disclose or not to disclose: Transparency in a crisis

MANY companies have had to furlough employees or outright shutter their doors for good as the Covid-19 lockdown measures decimated demand. The most severely affected companies are generally in the travel sector - airlines and hospitality companies, including the food and beverage sector. As...

CFA SINGAPORE INSIGHTS

Conducting due diligence amid Covid-19 restrictions

WHILE Singapore, and many other countries, have begun easing off circuit breaker measures domestically, the same cannot be said for cross-border movement. Many countries have closed their borders to non-citizens and non-residents, while imposing a mandatory 14-day quarantine for residents...