The Commodity Trading Act was further amended in 2008, and regulatory oversight of commodity futures was transferred from IE Singapore to the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). The Commodity Trading Act now covers all commodities and regulates commodity trading activities, including commodity forward contracts, leveraged commodity trading, trading in differences and spot commodity trading etc.
Prior to April 2018, the International Enterprise Singapore Board (IE Singapore) was the regulatory body responsible for administering the CTA.
With the merger of IE Singapore and the Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (SPRING Singapore) in April 2018, the Enterprise Singapore Board is now the regulatory body responsible for administering the CTA.
Visit the following links for the full Statute and related FAQs.
- Information on the Commodity Trading Act
- FAQs on Commodity Futures and Certain Types of Commodity Trading