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Contents

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Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANTS

Part III LICENSING OF BANKS

Part IV RESERVE FUNDS, DIVIDENDS, BALANCE-SHEETS AND INFORMATION

Part V PROHIBITED BUSINESS

Part VI MINIMUM ASSET REQUIREMENTS

Part VII POWERS OF CONTROL OVER BANKS

Part VIIA VOLUNTARY TRANSFER OF BUSINESS

Division 1 — Voluntary transfer of business of bank

Division 2 — Repealed

Division 3 — Repealed

Division 4 — Repealed

Division 5 — Miscellaneous

Part VIII CREDIT CARD AND CHARGE CARD BUSINESSES

Part IX MISCELLANEOUS

FIRST SCHEDULE Banks

SECOND SCHEDULE Effect of merger

THIRD SCHEDULE Disclosure of information

FOURTH SCHEDULE Specified provisions

FIFTH SCHEDULE Definitions in sections 27, 28, 29 and 38

Legislative History

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Transitional licensing provisions
79.  Notwithstanding sections 4 and 9, any bank specified in the First Schedule which on 1st January 1970 was carrying on banking business in Singapore shall, as from 1st January 1971, be granted a licence under this Act, which may be made subject to such conditions, if any, as are contained in any licence under which the bank was carrying on banking business in Singapore immediately before that date.
History for Provision '79 Transitional licensing provisions'.
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pr80-.
15/03/1994
Formal Consolidation
15 March 1994
1994 RevEd
 
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30/12/1999
Formal Consolidation
30 December 1999
1999 RevEd
 

31/07/2003
Formal Consolidation
31 July 2003
2003 RevEd
 

31/03/2008
Formal Consolidation
31 March 2008
2008 RevEd
 
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02/01/2014
Informal Consolidation
03 December 2012
Amended
Act 26 of 2012