IACG: The Individual Accountability and Conduct Guidelines Summarised

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) have published new guidelines, known as IACG. From the 10th of September 2021, financial institutions in Singapore will need to comply with IACG. But what is the purpose of the guidelines? Who will be affected? And what can financial institutions do to prepare? Our infographic summarises the key things you need to know.


Our IACG infographic explains:

Key IACG dates

From when the guidelines were first introduced to important deadlines

The purpose of IACG

The three key aims that MAS hope to achieve

The 5 essential outcomes

What FIs will need to do to meet MAS expectations

Who is impacted

A summary of which financial institutions must comply with IACG

How to prepare

A step-by-step guide to approaching the guidelines

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