Our research and analysis on Markets & Exchanges
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on Markets & Exchanges.
“Malaysia is seen as a poster child for bond market development”
Date: Feb 24, 2014 | Author: Syed Alwi Mohamed Sultan
Syed Alwi Mohamed Sultan, head of Islamic Banking, Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas Malaysia, feels that the spectacular growth of the Sukuk market is vindication of its viability as an alternative source of liquidity.
“Smart banks focus on aspects that will help them differentiate and win business”
Date: Jan 21, 2014 | Author: Steve Grob
Steve Grob, director of group strategy at Fidessa, discusses how Asian investment banks can leverage on technology to help them succeed in their businesses as they expand through the region.
Asian commodity markets positioned as global price-setters
Date: Jan 08, 2014 | Author: Mobasher Kazmi
Developing exchanges that can attract global liquidity and establish benchmark pricing for commodities remains a pivotal challenge for the region.
Equal and fair spot FX trading vital for well-being of overall market
Date: Dec 10, 2013 | Author: Mobasher Kazmi
Advent of HFT helped hedge funds gain an unfair advantage in the spot FX market, with banks left to trade at less favourable rates.
“Asian bond markets have a domestic focus; establishing a regional market remains a challenge”
Date: Dec 02, 2013 | Author: Mobasher Kazmi
Denis Noonan, VP, Core Product Development, Clearstream discusses the evolving role of an ICSD and the challenges of operating in Asia.
Super repository not the answer to effective tracking of derivative segments
Date: Nov 28, 2013 | Author: Mobasher Kazmi
Harmonisation of global trade reporting rules should precede the idea of a single global trade repository.
Rmb internationalisation must be accompanied by deeper reforms within China’s financial system
Date: Nov 18, 2013 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from the RenminbiWorld Conference 2013, on the status of foreign currency swaps and the creation of international renminbi liquidity.