MAS calling for study on jobs, skills needed for green practices in finance sector

This is the first time a tender has been called for an in-depth study on this topic by the MAS. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Even as the financial sector marches on in its green efforts, the rate of adoption of sustainable practices is not uniform across financial institutions.

To shed more light on the varying practices, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is calling for a study on how the trend of sustainability is influencing manpower needs and deployment in the sector now and in future, according to tender documents released on Tuesday (May 24) and seen by The Straits Times.

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