In recent years, in line with Singapore’s move towards a digital economy, the usage of electronic signing in documents has become more prevalent. The COVID-19 pandemic and various circuit breaker measures have further accelerated this move towards digitalisation. In this webinar, held on 26 March 2021, we shared, amongst other things, the legal framework for the recognition of electronic signatures in Singapore, the extent of such recognition, the risks associated with electronic signing, and the practical steps that you can take to mitigate these risks.
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