Singapore bankers adjust to working from home as lockdown begins

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By Rashmi Kumar
08 Apr 2020

Singapore has imposed a month-long lockdown after a spike in coronavirus cases. Bankers say they were ready for the move — but deal flow will suffer. Rashmi Kumar reports.

Singapore’s government has won plaudits from international observers for its determined response to the crisis, including a S$55bn ($38.5bn) stimulus package and a support plan that has brought together banks, insurers and the government.

It has now intensified its response to the spread of the disease, ordering schools ...

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