Vietnam to host Invest ASEAN roadshow

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The seven CEOs of ASEAN Exchanges have said that the next rollout phase of the regional investment roadshow Invest ASEAN 2013 will be held in Vietnam. The decision was announced after the 18th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 1.

The ASEAN CEOs unanimously decided on Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange as the host of the next phase, followed by Hanoi Stock Exchange, commending efforts to maintain regulatory standards.

“Cross border visibility and familiarity is paramount not only amongst investors but primarily the regulators and capital market players. To this end, I applaud the steps taken by Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange and Hanoi Stock Exchange to host Invest ASEAN in Vietnam,” Bursa Malaysia CEO Tajuddin Atan told media.

In response, Dr Tran Dac Sinh, Chairman of Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, said: “We are encouraged by the success of Invest ASEAN 2013, signifying the strong interest among investors to trade cross border in ASEAN.”

The announcement follows the successful first phase of Invest ASEAN 2013, a collaborative initiative underscoring the progress of the ASEAN Exchanges, which debuted at the three connected exchanges of the ASEAN Trading Link in 2013 – The Stock Exchange of Thailand on January 12, Singapore Exchange on February 2 and Bursa Malaysia on March 2.

During the meeting of the CEOs, Atan said that Invest ASEAN 2013, which showcases “ASEAN Stars,” the 30 most exciting companies from each country, has attracted greater oversees interest.

“Recently, a Western trade council approached us with their keen interest to work with ASEAN Exchanges, and this is a strong endorsement of the collaborative efforts of ASEAN Exchanges in our effort to promote ASEAN as an asset class.

ASEAN Exchanges is a collaboration of seven ASEAN exchanges from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, representing a combined market capitalisation of over $2 trillion.

 

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Hanoi Stock Exchange

The seven CEOs of ASEAN Exchanges have said that the next rollout phase of the regional investment roadshow Invest ASEAN 2013 will be held in Vietnam. The decision was announced after the 18th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 1.

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hanoistockexchange
Hanoi Stock Exchange

The seven CEOs of ASEAN Exchanges have said that the next rollout phase of the regional investment roadshow Invest ASEAN 2013 will be held in Vietnam. The decision was announced after the 18th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 1.

The ASEAN CEOs unanimously decided on Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange as the host of the next phase, followed by Hanoi Stock Exchange, commending efforts to maintain regulatory standards.

“Cross border visibility and familiarity is paramount not only amongst investors but primarily the regulators and capital market players. To this end, I applaud the steps taken by Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange and Hanoi Stock Exchange to host Invest ASEAN in Vietnam,” Bursa Malaysia CEO Tajuddin Atan told media.

In response, Dr Tran Dac Sinh, Chairman of Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, said: “We are encouraged by the success of Invest ASEAN 2013, signifying the strong interest among investors to trade cross border in ASEAN.”

The announcement follows the successful first phase of Invest ASEAN 2013, a collaborative initiative underscoring the progress of the ASEAN Exchanges, which debuted at the three connected exchanges of the ASEAN Trading Link in 2013 – The Stock Exchange of Thailand on January 12, Singapore Exchange on February 2 and Bursa Malaysia on March 2.

During the meeting of the CEOs, Atan said that Invest ASEAN 2013, which showcases “ASEAN Stars,” the 30 most exciting companies from each country, has attracted greater oversees interest.

“Recently, a Western trade council approached us with their keen interest to work with ASEAN Exchanges, and this is a strong endorsement of the collaborative efforts of ASEAN Exchanges in our effort to promote ASEAN as an asset class.

ASEAN Exchanges is a collaboration of seven ASEAN exchanges from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, representing a combined market capitalisation of over $2 trillion.

 

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