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It got Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as its investor.
This optimistic performance is expected to continue until March 2022.
The stock saw a contradicting rise of 51%, despite the STI observing a dip of 4.2% during the period. 
Along with this, the group recommends a green financing bank.
The SGX listed SPAC raised $23.4m from the offering.
They believe crypto's value will increase in the next five years.
ThaiBev had the most growth.
VSTPL’s failures placed the trust at a higher risk of being used as a conduit for illegal activities, says MAS.
The growth rate estimate is lower than the 2021 forecast of 6.6%.
The bank assured customers that it employs a multi-layered defence system against fraud.
This after S-REITs delivered a modest 6% in total returns in 2021. 
Banks are asked to remove links in emails and SMS sent to customers.
It will redeploy the proceeds from this divestment into higher-yielding assets.
The US, the UK, and Australia were their top destinations during the year-end. 

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Top 50 insurance firms revealed a 17.22% increase in assets

Digital dominance and healthtech helped them mitigate losses, Singapore Business Review found.

F&B Briefing: Hawkers go digital to preserve an important part of Singapore’s culture

The number of registered hawkers has gone down to around 13,000 since 2015. 

Talent war: Can companies dodge the great resignation?

Qualtrics reported that 58% of Singaporeans plan to switch jobs in 2022.

Financial Insights: Late bloomer SG IPO market surpasses 2020 performance

Singapore firms scramble to go public in the last month of the year.

Multiplier offers global solution to expedite hiring ahead of the imminent talent crunch

Legal, accessibility, and payroll issues are some of the obstacles that the startup addresses. 

Cultural diversity and inclusiveness to empower students: The GUILD International College founder

The GUILD International College is a first-of-its-kind educational institution catering to the diverse needs of students in Southeast Asia.

Buy now, pay later more needed in markets with credit under penetration: UOB TMRW exec

It’s not as urgent as other markets with credit under-penetration, says TMRW Digital Group CCO.

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It got Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as its investor.
This optimistic performance is expected to continue until March 2022.
The stock saw a contradicting rise of 51%, despite the STI observing a dip of 4.2% during the period. 
Along with this, the group recommends a green financing bank.
The SGX listed SPAC raised $23.4m from the offering.
They believe crypto's value will increase in the next five years.
ThaiBev had the most growth.
VSTPL’s failures placed the trust at a higher risk of being used as a conduit for illegal activities, says MAS.
The growth rate estimate is lower than the 2021 forecast of 6.6%.
The bank assured customers that it employs a multi-layered defence system against fraud.
This after S-REITs delivered a modest 6% in total returns in 2021. 
Banks are asked to remove links in emails and SMS sent to customers.
It will redeploy the proceeds from this divestment into higher-yielding assets.
The US, the UK, and Australia were their top destinations during the year-end. 

Exclusives

Top 50 insurance firms revealed a 17.22% increase in assets

Digital dominance and healthtech helped them mitigate losses, Singapore Business Review found.

F&B Briefing: Hawkers go digital to preserve an important part of Singapore’s culture

The number of registered hawkers has gone down to around 13,000 since 2015. 

Talent war: Can companies dodge the great resignation?

Qualtrics reported that 58% of Singaporeans plan to switch jobs in 2022.

Financial Insights: Late bloomer SG IPO market surpasses 2020 performance

Singapore firms scramble to go public in the last month of the year.

Multiplier offers global solution to expedite hiring ahead of the imminent talent crunch

Legal, accessibility, and payroll issues are some of the obstacles that the startup addresses. 

Cultural diversity and inclusiveness to empower students: The GUILD International College founder

The GUILD International College is a first-of-its-kind educational institution catering to the diverse needs of students in Southeast Asia.

Buy now, pay later more needed in markets with credit under penetration: UOB TMRW exec

It’s not as urgent as other markets with credit under-penetration, says TMRW Digital Group CCO.

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