Tue Sep 7 HKT (about 1 month ago)
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With the 11th largest stock market in the Asia-Pacific region, Thailand’s capital market is a key driver of national economic growth. Ongoing market initiatives are designed to help stakeholders and promote long-term growth.
With the largest GDP among ASEAN countries, demographic advantages, and a robust stock market, Indonesia has a promising outlook. Regulatory reforms and initiatives to develop the country’s capital markets should help investors.
With an open economy, a thriving stock exchange, and one of the most active bond markets in Asia, Malaysia is also a major hub for Islamic finance. Now the country’s regulatory authorities are focusing on fintech and alternative funding.
The Philippines’ recent rapid economic growth has not translated to capital markets, which remain small relative to Asian peers. The country is implementing projects to improve liquidity and broaden the investor base, among other developments.
Assistant Professor of Finance at the National Institute of Development Administration Business School
Ignatius Denny Wicaksono
Head, Business Development Division, Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX)
Jin Yoong Chong
Director, CFA Society Malaysia
Business Development Manager, COL Financial Group, Inc
Larry Cao, CFA
Senior director of industry research, CFA Institute