Asean Linkage folds after falling short | Complications and costs put investors off

The delegates of the World Federation of Exchanges gathered in Bangkok for the 57th WFE’s annual meeting in Bangkok, hosted by the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The photo shows WFE chief Nandini Sukumar (front row, 10th from left) and SET president Kesara Manchusri, 10th from right.


Asean Linkage is a collaboration between seven stock exchanges in Southeast Asia comprising Malaysia, Vietnam (exchanges in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City each), Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore…. The platform was intended to promote the growth of Asean capital markets by bringing more Asean investment opportunities to a wider range of investors.

Asean Linkage has focused on large-cap stocks in…   read more

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