Monetary Authority Of Singapore: Code of Corporate Governance (2005) resource Standards and Guidelines OCEG Reviewed
The Code of Corporate Governance (the "Code") came under the purview of MAS and SGX with effect from 1 September 2007.
Monetary Authority Of Singapore (MAS): Reports and Consultation Papers resource Agency Web Sites OCEG Reviewed
Through its Consultation Papers, MAS invites comments and feedback on its existing or proposed regulatory measures, or important supervisory policy issues. MAS Consultation Papers and reports are posted on this site beginning with 1998 through present day.
Consultation Paper on Corporate Governance Regulations and Guidelines, Monetary Authority of Singapore, March 2010 resource Standards and Guidelines OCEG Reviewed
Consultation Paper P006 - March 2010
Preface: This consultation paper sets out proposed changes to the Banking (Corporate Governance) Regulations 2005 (the “Banking Regulations”) and Insurance (Corporate Governance) Regulations 2005 (the “Insurance Regulations”), collectively termed as the “Regulations” in this paper, and Guidelines on Corporate Governance (the “Guidelines”).
Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) - Singapore Codes and Rules resource Organizations & Associations OCEG Reviewed
Contents and links on this site:
- Accounting Standards
- Listing Rules
- Official Codes and Guidelines
GRC Technology Solutions Guide v. 2.1 resource Guides OCEG Reviewed
The GRC Technology Solutions Guide identifies and defines categories of technology that have a role in supporting the GRC system and specifically the Elements of the GRC Capability Model™. The Guide categorizes these Technology Categories by:
Singapore, Consultation Paper on Proposed Revisions to the Code of Corporate Governance (June 2011) resource Agency Guidances OCEG Reviewed
From the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on 14 June 2011.
IIA Knowledge Briefing: Internal Auditing and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act resource White Papers OCEG Reviewed
A 2010 Knowledge Briefing paper issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors Audit Executive Center, that addresses the role of Internal Auditors in ensuring anti-corruption prevention and detection efforts satisfy the requirements of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).