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Singapore’s Tough-Love Regulator

Central banker Ravi Menon wants to give fintech startups room to run in the city-state
Menon

The job of central bankers is to ensure the soundness of money and the financial system in their countries. So they often cast a wary eye at financial technology startups and the disruptive forces they can unleash. Not so for Ravi Menon.

As head of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Menon manages the city-state’s monetary policy, but he’s also

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