Research at the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics

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

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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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Building green finance in Asia

02 Jun 2021

In November 2019, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced a US$2 billion green investments program (GIP) to promote "environmentally sustainable projects and mitigating climate change…

PM Lee details Singapore's green plan

25 May 2021

At a virtual roundtable meeting with fellow leaders of Commonwealth countries, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong stressed the threat of climate change, and explained how Singapore will do its part and…

Green finance pushes for reduction in carbon-emission to save the world

10 May 2021

SMU Professor of Finance Dave Fernandez, who is also the Co-Director of the Singapore Green Finance Centre, pointed out that international consensus and government support are the drivers of the…

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