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Malaysia-Singapore Propose Stock Link

The neighbouring states Malaysia and Singapore want to enhance their ties with one another by establishing a cross-market stock trading link that that will make both nations' equity capital markets (ecm) more competitive with more established exchanges within Asia. While the tie-up is very much in the formative stages, it represents an opportunity for the pair to become increasingly competitive with exchanges in Mainland China and in Hong Kong. We note that the proposed tie-up, which is headed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Securities Commission Malaysia, is expected to take place before the 2018 year-end.

Malaysia-Singapore Propose Stock Link




Emerging Markets Key Themes


Nick Johnston

Head of Econometrics & Data
Financial Markets | London

Stuart Allsopp

Head of Country Risk and Financial Markets Strategy
Financial Markets | Singapore

Tim Cooper, CFA

Global Economist
Banking & Finance | London


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