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Out-Law: UK not making the most of business-university research potential, says independent reviewer

The UK is not making the most of the opportunity to link businesses and universities in research programmes, an independent review has found. 06 Jul 2015

A third of UK SMEs unaware of the Bribery Act, UK government study finds

A third of UK SMEs have not heard of the Bribery Act or the potential liabilities their company faces under the legislation, a UK government study has found. 06 Jul 2015

Singapore to remove distinction between international and domestic banking

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) plans to change accounting rules that split domestic and offshore banking into separate 'units'.  03 Jul 2015

Singapore proposes central clearing for OTC derivatives

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has proposed that some over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives contracts should be managed through clearing houses.  03 Jul 2015

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