SIAS Investors’ Choice Awards 2023 Presentation Ceremony

8th November 2023 | Wednesday | 7.00pm – 10.00pm
Sands Expo and Convention Centre Level 4,
Roselle-Simpor Ballroom

The Investors’ Choice Awards (ICA) recognises excellence in companies and individuals adopting the best ESG & corporate governance practices. ESG plays a vital role in a company’s sustainability, thus supporting investment decisions, specifically for retail investors. In trusting companies’ Boards and the Management, whilst investors plough their monies into these companies hoping for their desired returns, they are also increasingly interested to know what ESG risks companies are exposed to, how they plan to manage these risks, and how they are meeting their sustainability targets. SIAS, together with NUS-CGS and its industry partners, has developed a scorecard and methodology to focus on sustainability, governance, transparency and communications for the benefit of investors.

SIAS also recognises the various stakeholders who facilitate investing in Singapore by driving good governance and education in the Outstanding CEO Award, Best Retail Broker Award and Financial Journalist of the Year Award.

This year, there will only be Winner titles accorded to all the Award Recipients. This is to recognise individuals and companies which have excelled beyond performance benchmarks and to encourage others to achieve this standard.

Financial Journalist Award
Objective
To encourage financial journalists to uplift their reporting standards and provide financial information that is beneficial to the investing community at large.
Selection Process

Judging of entries is based on news value, originality, reportorial quality, analytical value, and impact on the financial community and retail investors at large.

This award is open to career journalists only. Journalists from the local media, both print and broadcast, are eligible. 

Financial Journalist of the Year Award

Based on newsworthy contributions that made substantial impact on the investing community for the period under review, he/she must be a well-rounded journalist with the ability not only to break significant stories but is also able to write commentaries that take a clear position and provide insights for investors.

Investor Education Award

Focusing on education and the impact on the investing community, the journalist/programme must have displayed sound knowledge of the investment principles and the instruments discussed, produced and/or written consistently over a minimum period of at least six (6) months. 

Financial Story of the Year Award

Candidates under this category are judged on either one story or a series of stories based on one topic that made an impact on the financial community.

Most Promising Journalist of the Year Award

To qualify for this award, a candidate must be a financial journalist for not more than three years and under the age of 30.

Media Excellence in Community Investor Education Award

To encourage continuity and raise the level of community education to higher standards by awarding the mainstream media, registered with MDA.

Special Award

The Special Award is presented to journalists who consistently deliver ground-breaking, insightful, easy to understand, and probing news that have significant consequences, and written in the proper context and background.

Educational Content
Must cover a wide range of topics, not only products (features and risks), promoting the importance of financial planning including retirement planning and how impactful it is on the investing community

Target Audience
Articles must benefit a wide range of audiences 

Consistency
Demonstrate on-going interest, variety and standard

Feedback
Must be strongly supported by the readers, listeners or viewers

Track Record
Minimum 3 years track record in the community investor education domain

Selection Committee
Chairman
Mr David Gerald 

Founder, President & CEO,
SIAS 

Committee Members
Mr Ang Hao Yao

Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Private Investor 

Ms Catherine Ong

CEO,
Catherine Ong Associates

Ms Chia Hui Kheng

Managing Director,
Citigate Dewe Rogerson

Mr Christopher Cheong

Director,
Bio Scaffold International

 Mrs Elaine Lim

Honorary Advisor,
SIAS

Ms Patsy Phay
Executive Director,
Mileage Communications
Ms Ruby Jean Tyler
Senior Consultant,
Klareco Communications
Mr Sivanithy s/o Rathananthan

Editorial Consultant,
SIAS

Mr TK Yap

Group Chief Transformation Officer,
CGS-CIMB Securities (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Knowledge Partners
Best Retail Broker Award
Objective
To encourage brokerage firms to better their quality of service and information provided to ensure retail investors have a good understanding of what they invest in.
Selection Process

SIAS, in collaboration with Singapore Management University and Investment Trends, has developed a set of criteria for the effective evaluation of brokerage firms in Singapore.

Brokers are shortlisted through the following processes: 

Through qualitative research, SMU identifies brokerage firms based on variables such as product offerings, disclosure & security, technology, investor education, customer service and recognition. To ensure that the award reflects the true sentiments and experiences of the investing community, participation from retail investors in the Retail Brokerage Survey provided more insight into the quality and satisfaction level of the various brokerage services available in Singapore.

Quantitative research, by Investment Trends, a global financial services market research organisation, is incorporated. Variables such as value for money, website functionality, advisory services team/remisiers, reporting of positions and transactions, website speed and reliability, trading ideas/strategies, charting, mobile app, investment choices, provision of company research, ease of use, rewards/loyalty programme, and fees & charges are collectively evaluated and incorporated into Stage 1.

Based on both qualitative and quantitative research, results are tabulated and scored. Brokerage firms are also asked to submit a writeup on their initiatives.

Selection Committee Members meet to decide the winners based on the results.

Selection Committee
Chairman

Mr Ang Hao Yao

Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Private Investor

Committee Members

Mr Christopher Cheong

Director,
Bio Scaffold International

Professor David Ding
Associate Professor of Finance (Education),
Singapore Management University
Mr David Kuo

Co-Founder,
The Smart Investor & former
CEO of the Motley Fool Singapore

Knowledge Partners

Most Transparent Company Award 

Objective
To recognise public listed companies which are transparent in their timely disclosure of information, and facilitate shareholders’ rights and equitable treatment. Investors can, therefore, make informed investment decisions.
Categories
2023
  • Communications  
  • Consumer Discretionary  
  • Consumer Staples 
  • Energy  
  • Financials  
  • Healthcare  
  • Industrials  
  • Materials  
  • Real Estate  
  • Technology  
  • Utilities 
Selection Process

SIAS, together with NUS School of Business, Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS), assesses all the SGX listed companies based on their Transparency and Disclosure. This is part of the STARS framework developed for the Corporate Governance scorecard. In addition, Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores are added to tabulate the total score. Handshakes also provides insights and data on the shortlisted companies as part of due diligence checking.

All SGX listed companies are evaluated and shortlisted based on their Transparency and Disclosure. 

Indicators in STARS Framework – ‘Transparency and Disclosure’ Section takes into consideration Quality of Annual Report, Disclosure of Interested Person Transactions (IPT), Directorships in Listed Companies, Timeliness of Release of Results, Executive Director/Top 5 Executives’ Remunerations, Non-Executive Director Fees, and Corporate Website.  

Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores, which combine the analysis of five widely used investment decision making tools: Earnings, Fundamental, Relative Valuation, Risk and Price Momentum, are adopted as a screener for the shortlisted companies. Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores are added to tabulate the total score and Handshakes provides further research and information on the companies.

The MTCA Selection Committee Members, comprising industry partners and media, meet to decide the winners based on the quantitative and qualitative inputs.

Selection Committee
Chairman
Mr TK Yap

Group Chief Transformation Officer,
CGS-CIMB Securities (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Advisor
Prof Lawrence Loh

Director,
Centre for Governance and Sustainability, NUS Business School
National University of Singapore 

 Committee Members

Mr Ang Hao Yao

Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Private Investor

Mr Ben Paul

Senior Correspondent,
The Business Times

Ms Bernice Tan

Assistant Vice President,
Handshakes

Mr Chan Chao Peh

Editor,
The Edge Singapore

Mr Christopher Cheong

Director,
Bio Scaffold International

Mr David Gerald

Founder, President & CEO,
SIAS

Mr Lim Yeong Seng

Council Member,
ISCA

Ms Lisa Sam

Vice President,
The Law Society

Ms Melinda Sam

CEO,
Securities Association of Singapore (SAS)

Mr Robson Lee

Assistant Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Partner, Kennedys Legal Solutions

Ms Shen Yue

Business Editor, Lianhe Zaobao
Newshub, Chinese Media Group
Singapore Press Holdings

Ms Woo E-Sah

Head of Audit,
RSM Singapore

Knowledge Partners
Shareholder Communications Excellence Award
Objective

To encourage companies to adopt high levels of investorrelation practices when engaging shareholders in a more frequent and timely way. This will in turn help shareholders and the investing community to better understand the company and make informed investment decisions.

Categories
2023

• Big Cap (market capitalisation of $1 billion and above)  

• Mid Cap (market capitalisation of $300 million to less than $1 billion)  

• Small Cap (market capitalisation of less than $300 million)  

• REITs & Business Trusts  

Selection Process
The scorecard for the award is jointly developed by SIAS together with NUS School of Business, Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS).
All SGX listed companies are evaluated on their corporate governance score using STARS framework. The top 20% of companies with the highest scores are then assessed further using the Shareholder Communications Excellence Assessment Scorecard.

The Shareholder Communications Excellence Award criteria:

  • Policy and Structure 
  • Disclosure and Practices 
  • Communication and Outreach
  • Following and Coverage  

 

The company’s communication activities such as Investors Day, dialogue sessions and briefings are included as part of the overall score. 

The SCEA Selection Committee Members evaluate shortlisted companies based on qualitative and quantitative inputs.
Selection Committee
Chairperson
Mrs Elaine Lim

Honorary Advisor,
SIAS

Co-Chair
Mr Loh Uantchern

Vice President, SIAS and
CEO (Asia Pacific), Black Sun

Committee Members
Mr Chan Chao Peh
Editor,
The Edge Singapore
Ms Chen Hui Fen

Editor,
The Business Times

 Mr David Bottomley

Deputy Chief Editor, CNA Digital
Mediacorp

Mr Harold Woo

Emeritus Advisor, Corporate Access and IR,
SGListCos

Ms Yuen Wen

Correspondent,
Lianhe Zaobao

Knowledge Partner

Singapore Corporate Sustainability Award
Objective

To holistically assess all listed companies in Singapore with a robust look at the overall Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects of sustainability disclosures and reporting. 

Categories
2023

• Big Cap (market capitalisation of $1 billion and above)

• Mid Cap (market capitalisation of $300 million to less than $1 billion)

• Small Cap (market capitalisation of less than $300 million)

• REITs and Business Trusts

Selection Process
SIAS, together with Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS), NUS Business School, has developed a robust selection process to recognise listed companies that have demonstrated good overall ESG sustainability disclosures and reporting. Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores are added to tabulate the total score.
All SGX listed companies are assessed based on their sustainability reports for FY 2022 which are available as of 31 July 2023. THE STEMS framework is used to assess companies’ corporate sustainability performance.
STEMS Framework

Strategy and Governance

Companies are assessed on their strategy formulation, governance practices, ESG data disclosures, balanced reporting, adoption of globally recognised framework, and assurance.

Targets and Metrics

Companies are assessed on their short-, medium-, and long-term target setting as well as metrics used for tracking targets.

Environment and Climate

Companies are assessed on their disclosure of climate-related risks and opportunities, risk management, and environmental-related measurements including Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions.

Materiality and Stakeholders

Companies are assessed on ESG material factors identification, disclosures of reasons for ESG material factors selection, and stakeholder engagement in determining ESG material factors.

Social and Organisation

Companies are assessed on their social-related practices pertaining to employment and local community.

Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores, comprising earnings, fundamentals, relative valuation, risk, and price momentum, are used as a screener for the shortlisted companies.

The SCSA Selection Committee Members, comprising industry partners, meet to decide the winners based on the quantitative and qualitative inputs.
Selection Committee
Chairman
Mr Loh Uantchern

Vice President, SIAS and
CEO (Asia Pacific), Black Sun

Advisor
Prof Lawrence Loh

Director,
Centre for Governance and Sustainability, NUS Business School
National University of Singapore 

Committee Members
Mr Jude Chan

Editor,
The Business Times

Mr Koh Chin Beng

President,
The Institute of Internal Auditors Singapore
(IIA Singapore)

Mr Kyo Tan

Associate Director,
Investment Management Association of Singapore
(IMAS)

Ms Lee Sze Yeng 

Managing Partner,
KPMG 

Mr Michael Diegelmann

Co-Founder,
Global ESG Monitor

Knowledge Partners
Investors’ Choice Outstanding CEO Award
Objective

To award CEOs of public listed companies who have demonstrated high levels of competence, integrity,
excellent communications and good corporate governance. Through outstanding leadership, these CEOs lead their
respective companies in achieving good financial results and breakthroughs in business which benefit shareholders.

Selection Criteria

• Shareholder Return
• Share Price
• Governance & Transparency
• Integrity
• Communication Skills
• Resilience – Able to turn the company around amid corporate distress

Selection Process

This year, for the first time, CEOs are nominated by SIAS members and investors by evaluation based on the selection criteria via an online survey. The ICOCA Selection Committee Members, comprising industry partners, then meet to review the list of nominees and decide the winners by combining both quantitative and qualitative inputs.

Selection Committee
Chairman
Mr David Gerald

Founder, President & CEO,
SIAS

Advisor

Mr Boon Swan Foo 

Chairman,
Non-Executive, Non-independent Director,
Global Investments Limited

Committee Members
Mr Ben Paul

Senior Correspondent,
The Business Times

Mr Chan Chao Peh
Editor,
The Edge Singapore
Mr David Kuo

Co-Founder,
The Smart Investor & former
CEO of the Motley Fool Singapore

Mr Robson Lee

Assistant Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Partner, Kennedys Legal Solutions

Ms Shen Yue

Business Editor, Lianhe Zaobao
Newshub, Chinese Media Group
Singapore Press Holdings

Mr Terence Wong

CEO,
Azure Capital

Mr Walter Fernandez

Editor-in-Chief &
Chief Sustainability Officer,
Mediacorp

Singapore Corporate Governance Award
Objective

To encourage public listed companies to be accountable to shareholders by adopting higher levels of corporate governance and corporate sustainability performance while achieving good business and financial results.

Categories
2023

• Big Cap (market capitalisation of $1 billion and above)
• Mid Cap (market capitalisation of $300 million to less than $1 billion)
• Small Cap (market capitalisation of less than $300 million)
• REITs and Business Trusts
• Diversity 

Selection Process

SIAS, together with NUS Business School, Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS), has developed a robust selection process to recognise listed companies that have good corporate governance and sustainability practices which promote shareholder interests. Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores are added to tabulate the total score.

All SGX listed companies are evaluated and shortlisted using the STARS-SMART frameworks. The STARS framework is used to assess companies’ corporate governance performance and the SMART Framework is used to measure companies’ corporate sustainability performance.
STARS Framework

Shareholders’ rights and equitable treatment
Transparency and disclosure
Accountability and audit
Responsibilities of the board
Stakeholders’ roles

SMART Framework

Scope & Statement
Material ESG Factors
Actions & Achievements
Reporting Framework
Targets

Using Refinitiv Stock Reports+ scores, comprising analyst ratings of earnings, fundamentals, relative valuations, risks, price momentum and insider trading, as a screener for the shortlisted companies.

The SCGA Selection Committee Members, comprising industry partners, meet to decide the winners based on the quantitative and qualitative inputs.
Selection Committee
Chairman
Mr David Gerald

Founder, President & CEO,
SIAS 

Senior Advisor
Prof Gunter Dufey

Business and Professor Emeritus of Finance,
University of Michigan – Business School

Committee Members
Mr Ang Hao Yao

Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Private Investor

Ms Anita Gabriel

Senior Correspondent,
The Business Times

Ms Bernice Tan

Assistant Vice President,
Handshakes

Mr Chan Chao Peh 

Editor,
The Edge Singapore 

Mr Chew Boon Leong

Associate Business Editor,
Lianhe Zaobao

Mr Koh Chin Beng

President,
The Institute of Internal Auditors Singapore
(IIA Singapore)

Mr Lim Yeong Seng

Council Member,
ISCA

Ms Melinda Sam 

CEO,
Securities Association of Singapore (SAS)

Mr Robson Lee

Assistant Honorary Secretary, SIAS and
Partner, Kennedys Legal Solutions

 Ms Woo E-Sah
Head of Audit,
RSM Singapore
Knowledge Partners

Time

Programme

6.00pm

Arrival of Guests and Cocktail Reception

6.45pm

Guests to be seated

7.00pm

Arrival of Guest of Honour (GOH)
Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment

7.10pm

Welcome Address Mr David Gerald, Founder, President & CEO, SIAS

7.20pm

Opening Address by Guest of Honour

7.45pm

Awards Presentation (Part 1)
• Singapore Corporate Governance Award
• Singapore Corporate Sustainability Award
• Investors' Choice Outstanding CEO Award
• Shareholder Communications Excellence Award

8.50pm

Awards Presentation (Part 2)
• Financial Journalist Award
• Best Retail Broker Award
• Most Transparent Company Award

10.00pm

End of Awards Presentation

Our Sponsors & Supporters

Singapore Corporate Governance Award Sponsor

Singapore Corporate Sustainability Award Sponsor

Investors' Choice Outstandng CEO Award Sponsor

Supporting Exchange

Supporting Organisations

Knowledge Partners

SGX Group

We are Asia’s leading and trusted securities and derivatives market infrastructure, operating equity, fixed income, currency and commodity markets to the highest regulatory standards. We also operate a multi-asset sustainability platform, SGX FIRST or Future in Reshaping Sustainability Together (sgx.com/first).   

We are committed to facilitating economic growth in a sustainable manner leveraging our roles as a key player in the ecosystem, a business, regulator and listed company. With climate action as a key priority, we aim to be a leading sustainable and transition financing and trading hub offering trusted, quality, end-to-end products and solutions. 

As Asia’s most international, multi-asset exchange, we provide listing, trading, clearing, settlement, depository and data services, with about 40% of listed companies and over 80% of listed bonds originating outside of Singapore. We are the world’s most liquid international market for the benchmark equity indices of China, India, Japan and ASEAN. In foreign exchange, we are Asia’s leading marketplace and most comprehensive service provider for global FX over-the-counter and futures participants. Headquartered in AAA-rated Singapore, we are globally recognised for our risk management and clearing capabilities. For more information, please visit www.sgx.com. 

abs

The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) plays an active role in promoting and representing the interests of the banking community in Singapore. In doing so, ABS works closely with the relevant government authorities towards the development of a sound financial system in Singapore. Since its establishment in 1973, ABS has promoted common understanding among its members and projected a unifying voice on banking issues. It has brought its members closer together through various guidelines and banking practices as well as the support of projects of mutual benefit to face the challenges of the financial and banking community in Singapore. Today, ABS has a membership of more than 150 local and foreign banks.

More information on ABS is available on the website: www.abs.org.sg. 

ACRA

The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) is the regulator of business registration, financial reporting, public accountants and corporate service providers; it also facilitates enterprise. We provide a trusted and vibrant environment for businesses to thrive and flourish, and contribute towards making Singapore the best place for business.  

For more information, please visit: www.acra.gov.sg. 

SGLISTCOS

Established in May 2022, SGListCos is a dedicated association to represent the interests of all listed companies on the Mainboard and Catalist Board of the Singapore Exchange.  SGX and its community of listed companies have identified 3 key pillars or trending areas of interest for which Advisory Panels have been formed to exchange ideas and discuss action plans for the development of these areas.  The 3 key pillars will form the objectives and mission of SGListCos: (i) Thought Leadership and Advocacy, (ii)ESG; and (iii) Corporate Access and Investor Relations. 

ACCA

We are ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), a globally recognised professional accountancy body providing qualifications and advancing standards in accountancy worldwide.  

Founded in 1904 to widen access to the accountancy profession, we’ve long championed inclusion and today proudly support a diverse community of over 247,000 members and 526,000 future members in 181 countries.   

Our forward-looking qualifications, continuous learning and insights are respected and valued by employers in every sector. They equip individuals with the business and finance expertise and ethical judgment to create, protect, and report the sustainable value delivered by organisations and economies.  

Guided by our purpose and values, our vision is to develop the accountancy profession the world needs. Partnering with policymakers, standard setters, the donor community, educators and other accountancy bodies, we’re strengthening and building a profession that drives a sustainable future for all. 

Find out more about us at accaglobal.com  

CFA

Founded in September 1987, CFA Society Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Society of Financial Analysts – SSFA) is a professional society that brings together practitioners in the investment and fund management industry in Singapore. 

Its principal objective is to promote and uphold professional standards and ethical practice in financial analysis and investment management in Singapore. 

 CFA Society Singapore is the first CFA Member Society of CFA Institute to be established outside North America and, today, it is the 7th largest member society of CFA Institute​ with more than 4,000 members. 

 CFA Society Singapore is a founding member of the Investment Management Association of Singapore (IMAS). 

 The Society runs a whole host of programmes for members, CFA candidates, and also the investment community, including Professional Development talks and seminars, Networking sessions, CFA information sessions and examination review classes, and Career Development talks.​ 

CPA

CPA Australia is one of the largest professional accounting bodies in the world, with more than 172,000 members in over 100 countries and regions, including more than 8,600 members in Singapore. CPA Australia has been operating in Singapore since 1954 and opened our Singapore office in 1989. Our core services include education, training, technical support and advocacy. CPA Australia provides thought leadership on local, national and international issues affecting the accounting profession and public interest. We engage with governments, regulators and industries to advocate policies that stimulate sustainable economic growth and have positive business and public outcomes.

Find out more at cpaaustralia.com.au  

CSIS

Chartered Secretaries Institute of Singapore (CSIS) is a non-profit professional institute registered with the Registry of Societies. We promote effective governance and administration of organisations in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. As such, we set the professional standards for Singapore Chartered Secretaries and governance professionals. We provide training and are ensure that our members observe our code for ethics and professional conduct.
  • Chartered Secretaries are recognised in the following legislations: Members of prescribed bodies under Section 89  Requirement of secretary of the Companies Regulations;
  • The definition of “qualified individual” as set out in section 28A of the ACRA Act; and
  • Section 7 of Business Trust Act (Chapter 31)

FMAS

The Financial Markets Association of Singapore (FMAS) is an organisation formed in 1972 and affiliated to ACI-FMA, the global umbrella body of financial markets associations. FMAS is at the forefront of setting standards for the financial markets’ professionals in Singapore with a strong focus on the domestic agenda. Our history has been inextricably linked with Singapore’s emergence as a leading financial centre in the world. The FMAS adopts a progressive focus on our efforts to promote the association’s key objective of fostering collaboration within the financial market ecosystem.

For more information visit https://fmasg.org.sg/about-page/our-history/ 

isca

The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) is the national accountancy body of Singapore. ISCA’s vision is to be a world-class accountancy body of trusted professionals, contributing towards an innovative and sustainable economy. There are over 33,000 ISCA members making their stride in businesses across industries in Singapore and around the world.  

Established in 1963, ISCA is an advocate of the interests of the profession. Complementing its Global Mindset with Asian Insights, ISCA leverages its regional expertise, knowledge, and networks with diverse stakeholders to contribute towards the advancement of the accountancy profession.  

ISCA is the Designated Entity to confer the Chartered Accountant of Singapore – CA (Singapore) – designation.  

ISCA is a member of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, a global family that brings together the members of leading institutes to create a community of over 1.8 million Chartered Accountants and students in more than 190 countries. 

For more information, visit www.isca.org.sg. 

imas

The Investment Management Association of Singapore (IMAS) was formed on 22 September 1997. It is a national representative body of investment managers spearheading the development and growth of the industry in Singapore.

By fostering high standards of professionalism and promoting exemplary practice among members, IMAS seeks to set the benchmark for the investment and fund management industry in Singapore.

It also serves as a forum for members in discussions as well as a collective voice where representation is needed on behalf of the investment management industry, facilitating training for its members, and contributing towards investor education.

For more information, visit the IMAS website at www.imas.org.sg

sas

The Securities Association of Singapore was registered and formed on 11 December 2001 which opens an exciting chapter for the stockbroking industry for companies from the securities and investment industry. The SAS actively engages regulators and policymakers and other players in the securities industry, on strategic, regulatory, technology and operational issues and systems affecting the industry. 

It provides a common platform for corporate members to meet and discuss key issues concerning the industry and present collective views and proposals to regulators and authorities. Members include retail broking houses and foreign/institutional stockbrokers.  

A new chapter has been formed for Associate Members who offer Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and Foreign Exchange Margin Trading. The new chapter aims to promote CFDs and LFX Margin Trading among investors and uplift the high industry standards through public education by making sure they understand the investment products and risks involved.  

The institute of internal auditors

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Singapore is the only professional body dedicated to the advancement and development of the internal audit profession in Singapore. For more than 40 years, we have been advocating the interests of the profession and remain committed to raising the profile and standing of the internal audit profession and developing the knowledge, skills and expertise of internal auditors. Representing more than 2,500 members, we enhance technical excellence through The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and Code of Ethics. 

 IIA Singapore is an affiliate of IIA Global. As an affiliate, this means that our members are concurrently members of IIA Global and have exclusive access to content, resources and benefits issued by IIA Global. Our members belong to a global community of more than 235,000 professionals in nearly 200 countries and territories who share a common vision to advance their professional growth in internal auditing and add value in their organisations.  

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