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MAS announced it has imposed penalties of S$5.2 million on Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore Branch and S$1.2 million on Standard Chartered Trust (Singapore) Limited for breaches of its anti-money laundering and countering of terrorism financing requirements.

MAS fines StanChart Singapore S$5.2m for anti-money laundering, countering of terrorism financing breaches

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Monday announced it has imposed penalties of S$5.2 million on Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore Branch (SCBS) and S$1.2 million on Standard Chartered Trust (Singapore) Limited (SCTS) for breaches of its anti-money laundering and countering of financing terrorism (AML/CFT) requirements.


GuocoLand, Hong Leong group bag Pacific Mansion for S$980m, in second-biggest ever en bloc deal

GuocoLand and the Hong Leong Investment Holdings group have won a bid to buy the Pacific Mansion condominium development in River Valley for S$980 million, setting a new high among recent en bloc deal amounts.

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S$800m in wage credits payouts to be given to more than 90,000 employers in March

More than 90,000 employers, comprising mostly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), will receive over S$800 million in payouts this month under the Wage Credit Scheme. SMEs will receive 71 per cent of the sum disbursed, which is meant to help businesses cope with rising wage costs.


SGX suspends trading in YuuZoo shares with immediate effect over auditors' inability to give opinion

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) suspended trading in YuuZoo Corporation shares on Monday, after certain items in the online media company's financial statements could not be verified by auditors.


Noble Group braces for first bond default as pressure mounts

Noble Group is racing against time to garner enough votes for a debt restructuring plan after its decision not to pay a US$379 million bond due Tuesday sets it on course for its first note default.


Alibaba invests another US$2b in Lazada; Lucy Peng to become Lazada CEO

Alibaba Group will invest a further US$2 billion into Singapore-based e-commerce company Lazada, and Lucy Peng - one of Alibaba's 18 co-founders and current chairman of Lazada - will take over as chief executive officer (CEO) of Lazada.


Appointment of new Datapulse CEO delayed to March 19

Embattled disk-drive maker Datapulse's new chief executive will join the company later than expected. The company said Wilson Teng Wai Leung will be appointed executive director and chief executive officer with effect from March 19, instead of March 8 as announced previously.


OCBC builds S$240m regional data centre

OCBC Bank has built a S$240 million regional data centre designed and customised to its requirements, with the new facility believed to be the first such purpose-built centre developed and owned by a Singapore bank.


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Singapore shares close 0.4% lower

Share prices in the Singapore bourse closed lower on Monday, with the key Straits Times Index falling 13.85 points or 0.39 per cent to finish at 3,498.29.

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