Regulators in Singapore are likely to step up their scrutiny of banks’ anti-money laundering (AML) procedures following a series of high profile cases in recent years, according to an international law firm. “I don’t see it as Singapore racing to catch up – the regulations are already there – but I think we will see more activity by the MAS…
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