MAS and eight members of the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) signed a cooperation agreement to strengthen collaboration in fintech between Singapore and CSA’s member jurisdictions. The agreement sets out the framework of collaboration between CSA members and MAS. This includes setting up a referral and support mechanism to make it easier for fintech firms to access each other’s markets. The CSA members are the securities regulatory authorities in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Québec, and Saskatchewan. CSA members and MAS have also committed to regularly exchange views and best practices on the regulatory sandbox and share information on the latest fintech trends.
Keywords: Americas, Asia Pacific, Canada, Singapore, Securities, Fintech, CSA, MAS
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