The transfer of its Retail Banking and Wealth Management business is subject to regulatory and court approvals, says the bank.
This is slightly below the S$2.1 million the group posted on Q1 FY2015.
TODAY reports: Most retailers say they saw no real impact to their earnings following two six-month runs of the event, which sees the stretch between Scotts Road and Bideford Road closed to cars for one Saturday night a month and play host to themed events.
The Malaysian lender says Singapore "is an important part of the bank’s strategy to continue growing its international business".
In an earnings statement released on Thursday (Feb 4), SIA said the better results also reflected "healthy expansion" at SilkAir and Scoot.
The storage manufacturer says it is "aware of the filing of a class action complaint" on Feb 1 in California, US, but it has "not yet been served".
A total of 1,286 resale flats were sold last month, down 8.6 per cent from the 1,407 transacted units in December 2015, SRX Property said.
The Manpower Ministry says there were nine fatal workplace accidents in January this year, with preliminary investigations indicating ineffective implementation of risk assessments, among others, as contributing factors.
Minister for Trade and Industry (Trade) Lim Hng Kiang says Singapore expects the Trans-Pacific Partnership to enter into force within two years, "once all 12 participating countries are ready".
As a financial hub, it is critical that Singapore protects itself against cyber attacks. This may mean a need for more robust security measures, but how much more has to be done to keep data safe and secure?