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A centre for Asia-centric research and training programmes in climate science, financial economics, and sustainable investing.

Research at the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics

Featuring Associate Professor Roger Loh’s research on The Geography of FinTech

DIALOGUE WITH DR MARY DALY

SKBI is honoured to host Dr Mary Daly, President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco for a "Dialogue with Students".

SKBI AT A GLANCE

 

A leading international institute for applied financial and economic research.

About late
Mr Sim Kee Boon

Mr Sim Kee Boon was a leading member of the founding generation of civil servants who, together with Singapore’s political leaders, steered the nation through a period of turbulence and uncertainty to success and stability...

Research Outputs
and accolades

See the list of our highlighted publications on Financial Literacy & Inclusion, Sustainable Finance, Financial Technology, Data & Governance, Other areas of Financial Economics

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Study: Singaporeans' overall inflation expectations in the next 1 year raised to 3.1%

19 Oct 2021

According to a recent study by DBS and the SMU Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics (SKBI), Singaporeans' overall inflation expectations in the next one year has increased to 3.1%. The…

How to Avoid Greenwashing in Impact Investing?

18 Oct 2021

“A significant number of Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)-endorsed hedge funds indulge in greenwashing when they fail to deliver the impact they are meant to create,” said Hao Liang,…

8th Citi Foundation-SMU Financial Literacy Symposium discusses Democratisation of Financial Knowledge

27 Sep 2021

  An inaugural survey conducted by the Citi Foundation- SMU Financial Literacy Programme for Young Adults (Citi Foundation-SMU FinLIT Programme) found that one in three respondents are not…

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