Stock exchanges CEOs draft ASEAN asset class

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At the 19th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Manila on August 16, presidents of ASEAN stock exchanges discuss strategies to further promote ASEAN stocks as an own asset class to investors.

The collaboration between ASEAN bourses already includes key marketing initiatives, an ASEAN Exchanges website, the marketing of the ASEAN Stars blue-chip index and an Invest ASEAN retail roadshow.

“Indeed the marketing of the ASEAN Stars must continue for a borderless ASEAN capital market to thrive. Investors should be familiar with trading ASEAN stocks just as they are trading stocks in their home market. To this end, the market can expect to see more initiatives rolled out into 2014 to profile the exciting companies listed on the seven exchanges in ASEAN”, Philippine Stock Exchange president and CEO, Hans B. Sicat, said at the meeting.

Key platform is the ASEAN Exchanges website which is built around the ASEAN Stars and combines the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the Philippine Stock Exchange, Bursa Malaysia, Hanoi Stock Exchange, Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, Indonesia Stock Exchange and the Singapore Stock Exchange,

ASEAN Stars are 180 ASEAN blue-chip stocks representing 30 large companies of each ASEAN country as ranked by investability in terms of market capitalisation and liquidity. The ASEAN Exchanges website features aggregated ASEAN content allowing investors to view the performance of the seven ASEAN exchanges individually as well as providing a single, integrated view of the ASEAN market. A FTSE/ASEAN Indices Weekly Report is also available on the ASEAN Exchanges website.

The seven ASEAN Exchanges have a combined market capitalisation of approximately $2.0 trillion and more than 3,600 companies listed on their exchanges. Some of these companies are the largest and most dynamic companies in the world, including leaders in finance and banking, energy, telecommunications, commodities, automotive manufacturing and other industrial sectors.

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At the 19th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Manila on August 16, presidents of ASEAN stock exchanges discuss strategies to further promote ASEAN stocks as an own asset class to investors.

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ASEAN Exchanges
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At the 19th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Manila on August 16, presidents of ASEAN stock exchanges discuss strategies to further promote ASEAN stocks as an own asset class to investors.

The collaboration between ASEAN bourses already includes key marketing initiatives, an ASEAN Exchanges website, the marketing of the ASEAN Stars blue-chip index and an Invest ASEAN retail roadshow.

“Indeed the marketing of the ASEAN Stars must continue for a borderless ASEAN capital market to thrive. Investors should be familiar with trading ASEAN stocks just as they are trading stocks in their home market. To this end, the market can expect to see more initiatives rolled out into 2014 to profile the exciting companies listed on the seven exchanges in ASEAN”, Philippine Stock Exchange president and CEO, Hans B. Sicat, said at the meeting.

Key platform is the ASEAN Exchanges website which is built around the ASEAN Stars and combines the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the Philippine Stock Exchange, Bursa Malaysia, Hanoi Stock Exchange, Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, Indonesia Stock Exchange and the Singapore Stock Exchange,

ASEAN Stars are 180 ASEAN blue-chip stocks representing 30 large companies of each ASEAN country as ranked by investability in terms of market capitalisation and liquidity. The ASEAN Exchanges website features aggregated ASEAN content allowing investors to view the performance of the seven ASEAN exchanges individually as well as providing a single, integrated view of the ASEAN market. A FTSE/ASEAN Indices Weekly Report is also available on the ASEAN Exchanges website.

The seven ASEAN Exchanges have a combined market capitalisation of approximately $2.0 trillion and more than 3,600 companies listed on their exchanges. Some of these companies are the largest and most dynamic companies in the world, including leaders in finance and banking, energy, telecommunications, commodities, automotive manufacturing and other industrial sectors.

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