Asean Exchanges

Asean Exchanges interviews: Singapore’s Nels Friets

Singapore Exchange's head of securities, Nels Friets, talks about Asean Exchanges, a collaboration that will connect seven exchanges across the region.
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Asean Exchanges is a collaboration of seven exchanges from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam that aims to promote the growth of the region’s capital market by driving cross-border collaboration, streamlining access, creating Asean-centric products and implementing targeted promotional initiatives. We talk to Nels Friets, head of securities, at the Singapore Exchange SGX about the efforts underway.

Asean Exchanges plans to collectively promote Asean as a highly investable asset class. How will this help Singapore
The Asean trading link is now focused on electronically connecting the participating markets and facilitating cross-border order-trading seamlessly.

With participating exchanges promoting Asean as a highly investable asset...

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