Tag: SGX

Enterprise blockchain applications focus of DLT compass conference

LongHash's inaugural DLT Compass Conference in the Westin Hotel, Singapore this June 6-7 aims to facilitate further collaboration between corporate enterprises and blockchain projects through discussion on enterprise blockchain applications. The two-day conference will attract 300 attendees and the speakers at the event spans across...

The Singapore Exchange is a shrinking capital market, but still has its strong points – Bloomberg

A report released by Bloomberg on February 13 showed a shrinking capital market in the Singapore Exchange (SGX). “The decline over recent years has been clear and pronounced,”  the study stated. This decline was due to a number of companies dropping out of the...

Malaysia-Singapore stock market link to benefit retail investors

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The Malaysia-Singapore stock market linking proposal is set to benefit retail investors, in particular, says DBS Group Research. “It has the potential to increase securities revenue for the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and generate interest, particularly among retail investors.” DBS Group said allowing investors to trade and...

SGX in partnership with IMDA to spur IPOs

The Singapore Exchange announced on Wednesday a partnership with the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to facilitate accredited companies to list on the exchange and shore up the bourse’s appeal as a listing destination. “Through this memorandum of intent, both parties aim to lower the access barriers...

Crowdo announces strategic partnership with SGX

Crowdo announced the launch of its securities crowdfunding platform today at the Singapore Exchange (SGX) hosted ‘Plugged In’ event where Crowdo’s Co-Founder and CEO, Leo Shimada, gave the keynote address. The event was also the forum for the official announcement of Crowdo’s strategic partnership with the SGX. Crowdo’s...

What is fair? Who determines what is fair?

In response to the sound and fury of market investors angry with the treatment of Sky One, the SGX rebutted bluntly: “ .... the SGX’s review revealed no threat to fair, orderly and transparent trading. Hence, no suspension occurred”. But three weeks ago, billions of...

Is SGX killing or cleansing the market?

The aggressive way that the SGX descended on certain listed companies the last three weeks raises a very pertinent question: Is the stock exchange of Singapore cleansing the market or killing it? Three companies – Blumont, Asiasons and LionGold – were hit with lightning speed and declared designated stocks....