The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has proposed measures to address the risks associated with the large-scale movement of financial advisory representatives from one company to another. In a consultation released Wednesday, the regulator said it is considering regulating the “sign-on incentives” that companies offer when they conduct mass recruitment exercises. “A large part of these incentives is usually paid…
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