• Singapore regulator launches Microsoft Chat GPT-powered ESG data platform

    17 November 2023

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has launched an ESG data platform, which will use Chat GPT and other artificial intelligence (AI) tools to simplify ESG data collection and reporting, and is expected to be particularly useful for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

  • MAS encourages nature's inclusion in transition plans

    23 October 2023

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has called for nature loss to be addressed within transition plans, as part of transition planning guidance for financial institutions.

  • MAS backs AI to support 'transition finance'

    22 September 2023

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has encouraged financial institutions to use artificial intelligence (AI) to support their efforts to financing the energy transition.

  • MAS to scale-up climate transition programme

    05 July 2023

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is to scale-up its climate transition programme, including by aligning its equity portfolio further with climate indices.

  • Free climate data repository to link with MAS, SGX disclosure portal

    27 June 2023

    A free-to-use climate data platform launched by Emmanuel Macron and Michael Bloomberg is to link with a disclosure portal developed by the Monetary of Singapore and Singapore Exchange, it has been announced.

  • NGFS publishes report taking stock of transition plans

    01 June 2023

    The Network of Central Banks and Supervisors for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) has published a review of financial institutions' transition plans - and ways to improve the process.

  • MAS's Menon warns of 'significant macroeconomic implications' of biodiversity loss

    02 May 2023

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore's managing director Ravi Menon has urged financial institutions to proactively manage the risk of biodiversity loss, warning it could have "significant macroeconomic implications".

  • COP27: Regulators march on ... and on

    14 November 2022

    Are regulators suffering mission creep at COP27, asks Peter Cripps