UBS, DBS and Falcon Private Bank are the latest banks to come under the gaze of Singaporean regulators, as the probe into sovereign wealth fund, 1MDB, widens. According to media reports, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is inspecting all three banks’ operations, including due diligence processes with respect to politically-exposed persons (PEP). Watchdogs are also investigating whether any anti-money…
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