Recent and archived articles by Yvonne Tan
IT IS safe to say that markets will tread in uncharted waters with Malaysia having a change in government for the first time in history,
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian assets in the capital markets will come under pressure following the shocking results of the 14th General Election.
PETALING JAYA: Equities were higher ahead of the 14th general election (GE14) taking place today, a contrast to what had happened in the previous GE where the market ended lower just before polling day.
News of Etiqa going public lifts interest in upcoming flotations in second half
PETALING JAYA: Assuaged trade war fears and higher crude oil prices helped prop up Asian markets, with Bursa Malaysia hitting an all-time high.
TWO years into the job as the CEO of group wholesale banking at CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, Mak Lye Mun says the division has achieved most of what it set out to do and growth plans are intact.
Maybank Investment Bank not expecting any major shock from polls
SINGAPORE: Maybank Kim Eng, the investment banking (IB) arm of the Malayan Banking group, has not made any downward revisions to its targets despite the threat of a trade war between China and the United States, saying instead that its deal pipeline remains “robust”.
Banks need to explore opportunities for collaboration with tech giants so as not to lose out in marketplace
They see challenging times ahead after ending financial year 2017 on strong note