SC: Address challenges to build Asean bond market connectivity


Back home, it is clear the Securities Commission (SC) has a few achievements to be proud of this year.

KUALA LUMPUR: Building connectivity in the Asean bond market requires addressing challenges such as the different currencies, legal regimes and foreign exchange control policies.

Securities Commission Malaysia chairman Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh said there was also no mutually-acceptable Asean rating scale nor Asean bond asset class for investors as guidance.

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