MinLaw granted 6 moneylender to Pilot New Business Model 1

MinLaw Singapore had announced that six company have been selected to pilot new business models for moneylending, as part of an initiative to better protect borrowers through business-led improvements. These new models include a more comprehensive use of data to assess creditworthiness. Then using digitalized processes to lower cost and giving better terms to those […]

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6 Financial Instruments All Singaporeans Should Invest In 2

Most of us in our early youth consider a premium subscription to Netflix or a classic pair of sneakers as a ‘worthwhile investment’. At the end of a long, tiring day, splurging on food and entertainment is the investment supposedly worth made by a sensible grow up. Only after a significantly emptier bank account, one […]

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The Benefits of Doing a 30-Day Financial Detox 4

As many would say living healthy calls for dieting, continuous exercise and detox your body; however, what remains unclear is the definition of the word “DETOX”. Well, this is why we are writing this article. Let’s define the word detox and relate it to your financial expenditure. Detox is described merely as a scientific methodology […]

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Why is your home loan rejected 5

Did your housing loan application get rejected? Was it because of your current bank balance or because you seemed nervous during the meeting? Don’t know? Imagine walking into a bank, applying for a loan, and getting it sanctioned then and there. Such a scenario is no less than a fantasy. Rejections are a common scene […]

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The Life of Media in an Empowered Singapore 6

  While Singaporean politics is dominating by the governing People’s Action Party (PAP). The country is undergoing a complex, if partial, the transition towards greater democratisation. Singapore appears well served by a large number of newspapers and broadcast television channels. There are at least 21 local newspapers, including titles such as the Straits Times (English), […]

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Economic Principles in Policy Making 7

  Since the early days of independence, Singapore has had to learn by doing, alert to opportunities and threats at all times, while correcting and adjusting policies along the way. As a result, the need to be tough, disciplined, and pragmatic has permeated the mindset of Singapore’s leadership. This has translated into the following fundamental […]

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Hong Kong vs. Singapore: Pharmaceutical Investment Showdown 9

The pharmaceutical sector, more than most, is highly dependent upon FDI. The reason for this is the high capital and technology-intensive nature of the sector. The barriers to entry are high and the industry is control by a handful of global giants. Few countries attempt to nurture a homegrown industry and instead seek to attract […]

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Pack Light, travel light (2017 update) 11

Travel. The word itself brings visuals of fun-filled vistas and wild, exotic adventures to the mind. And, the thought of your wonderful, little vacation or wild, exploratory trip getting ruined by the weight of your baggage is enough to deflate your spirits immediately. After all, nobody wants to spend an entire journey breaking their back […]

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6 best places to visit in August 16

August = summer = an excuse to go globetrotting! What’s not to love about August? It’s that time of the year when you can let your hair down at music fests, go on an adventure-some road trip to the mountains, or lie lazily on a beach reveling in the warmth of the sun. While the […]

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Finding the right accommodation 23

Finding the right accommodation – Sites to use and sites to avoid Finding the right accommodation is one of the biggest hassles every traveler faces. Since it can cost a fortune at times, finding the one that offers value is a huge concern for every kind of traveler. Thanks to the ever increasing range of […]

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