Other Polls & Surveys
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) and ACRA have launched a public consultation exercise to seek feedback on proposed amendments to the Companies Act to introduce an inward re-domiciliation regime in Singapore. This set of proposed legislative changes will form part of a larger Companies (Amendment) Bill 2017 and seeks to ensure that our corporate regulatory regime continues to stay robust, yet internationally competitive and also relevant to the realities of our local corporate landscape.
This consultation will run from 26 Oct to 16 Nov 2016. The press release and consultation documents are available on ACRA website. Companies are encouraged to provide feedback on the consultation.
The RCEP is a Free Trade Agreement under negotiation between the 10 ASEAN Member States and all of ASEAN’s FTA partners (namely, Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea and New Zealand). The objective of the RCEP is to be a modern, comprehensive, high-quality and mutually-beneficial economic partnership agreement that will broaden and deepen ASEAN’s economic engagement with ASEAN’s FTA Partners. The RCEP will cover trade in goods, trade in services, investment, economic and technical cooperation, intellectual property, competition, e-commerce, and legal and institutional matters.
SBF, in collaboration with MTI, cordially invites you to participate in this survey to understand your business interests and barriers faced in RCEP countries.
Your response matters, as it will enable MTI to advance and safeguard our companies’ interests in the negotiations and to ensure that the agreement remains relevant to businesses.
Please click here for the survey form. Please return your completed survey to by Friday, 16 September 2016. Your completed survey will be treated with the strictest confidentiality.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact the following:
• Mr Tan Ming Yang (DID: 67011134);
• Ms Nur Ezzati Azmi (DID: 6827 6876);
• Ms Ho Wen Yiing (DID: 6827 6849); or
• Ms Joanne Guo (DID: 6827 6889)
Alternatively, you can email .
We thank you for your time and participation.
The Census of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) 2016 is a national census conducted by the Singapore CFO Institute (SCFOI) under the umbrella of the Singapore Accountancy Commission, a statutory body of the Singapore Government and lead agency spearheading the development of the accountancy sector in Singapore.
The objective of the Census of CFOs 2016 is to profile the finance leadership demographics in Singapore to serve as an industry benchmark to value-add and validate findings from the Sectorial Manpower Plan of the national SkillsFuture movement.
Click here to participate and contribute to the National Census of CFOs 2016.