Ministry of Finance

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is a ministry of the Government of Singapore responsible for managing Singapore’s fiscal policies and the structure of its economy. 

See below for the Latest Ministry of Finance News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary. 
 

Gov’t seeks to create 3,000 financial sector jobs a year 

This is under the Financial Services Industry Transformation Map 2025.

Gov’t seeks to create 3,000 financial sector jobs a year 

This is under the Financial Services Industry Transformation Map 2025.

How can SG boost social cohesion in society? Wong explains

It will take deliberate measures to overcome differences in the society.

Two-thirds of businesses involved in corporate giving: Wong

This will build trust and unity in the society.

About 1.2 million Singaporean household to get $120m

The Household Utilities Credit will be distributed by September 2022. 

Target employment rate for persons with disabilities up 40%: Wong 

In 2021, the employment rate for the group rose by two percentage points.

Liveable, sustainable cities needed in post-pandemic era: gov’t

This was delivered during the World Cities Summit Mayoral Lunch 2022.

Meet the leaders of Forward Singapore

Several ministers will help review and refresh the market’s social compact.

Gov’t wants full support of businesses, unionists in ‘Forward Singapore’

Forward Singapore seeks to refresh the country’s social compact.

Inflation prompts gov’t to provide $1.5b support package for vulnerable groups, businesses

Individuals and households will get a goods and services tax voucher (GSTV) of up to $300 cash.

Gov't establishes framework to push for high quality green bonds

A committee will oversee the Singapore Green Bond Framework.

ASEAN launches arrangement to hasten customs clearances processes

The arrangement will allow for higher cost savings amongst businesses, said Finance Minster Wong

Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong named deputy prime minister

He will be acting prime minister whenever the Singapore leader is absent.

Over $145m jobs support scheme payouts to aid 289,500 workers

The wage support will be disbursed from 31 March 2022.

Chart of the day: Average annual ABSD collected from S'poreans buying 2nd residential property reach $244m

The yearly average additional buyer’s stamp duty collection was from 2017 to 2021.