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MAS Advisory on Land Banking

MAS has (through the MoneySense program), recently published a consumer warning on land banking investments. The warning highlights the risk of investing in land banking products. It also reiterates the fact that land banking is not regulated by MAS as it involves a direct interest in real estate and not securities (such as collective investment […]

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My Money – Financial Needs Analysis

“My Money”, is a financial literacy programme with the objective of enabling consumers to be more informed and responsible investors. It consists of a series of quarterly investor education seminars organized by SIAS in collaboration with MoneySENSE and The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS). Through these seminars, SIAS hopes to help investors understand the […]

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SIAS-MoneySENSE Workshop Jan 2010

Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS) and MoneySENSE will be organising a workshop to help you find out more about how to choose your mortgage plan and make wise investment decisions. Get practical tips from financial experts from SIAS on how you can manage your money wisely. Date: 9/1/2010 Time: 2pm – 5pm Venue: SGX Auditorium, 2 Shenton […]

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Mind Your Money

Mind Your Money is a personal finance forum organized by MediaCorp and MoneySENSE for the individuals and families. Get practical tips from financial experts and Mediacorp artistes on how to manage money more effectively. Date: 28th Nov 09 (Saturday) Time: 12:00pm – 5:00pm Venue: Pan Pacific Hotel, Pacific Ballroom Admission Fee: $15 (free 5-in-1 pen […]

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Inadequacy of Insurance in Singapore

Last week, Mr Low Kwok Mun, Executive Director of Insurance Supervision of MAS spoke at the Life Protection Seminar organised by Life Insurance Association (LIA) and the Singapore Actuarial Society (SAS). Among the points he bought up were: The necessity of life insurance and the fact that most Singaporeans were under-insured. This is due to a […]

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