Singapore mart could double as MAS raises limit to 10%
Posted on 21 October 2020
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has raised its covered bond encumbrance limit from 4% to 10%, paving the way for a potential doubling of issuance volumes and expansion of issuers, in a move welcomed as progressive by Colin Chen of DBS Bank and the Association of Banks in Singapore...
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