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Singapore's MAS, SGX develop blockchain tech for tokenised assets settlement

KUALA LUMPUR: The usage of tokenised digital currencies and securities assets has been given a boost in Singapore with the development of delivery versus payment (DvP) capabilities for the settlement.

Boom in financial assets continue

Asia, particularly China, remains the unrivalled champion in financial assets growth. The stock market hiccup aside, China’s catch-up process is far from over, according to the Allianz Global Wealth Report.

Better second half expected for UEM Sunrise

Analyst Report: UEM Sunrise Bhd, Malayan Banking Bhd and Affin Holdings Bhd.

ECM Libra aims to exit PN17 soon

KUALA LUMPUR: ECM Libra Financial Group Bhd plans to exit its Practice Note 17 (PN17) status by year-end on completion of its self-regularisation exercise.

Beijing proposes increasing foreign investors stake

SHANGHAI: Chinas securities regulator has proposed a 50% increase in size of the total stake that approved foreign investors can hold in listed companies, the latest in a series of steps intended to attract more investment in the countrys capital markets.

China weathers the storm

It has been a volatile week for stock markets around the world, yet analysts in Shanghai are optimistic that its stock exchange, the largest in mainland China, will continue to be bullish and breach the 5,000-point mark.

China weathers the storm

It has been a volatile week for stock markets around the world, yet analysts in Shanghai are optimistic that its stock exchange, the largest in mainland China, will continue to be bullish and breach the 5,000-point mark.

Foreign investor scheme helps lift China stock markets

China introduced the qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) scheme in December 2002 to breathe new life into the stock markets. Under the QFII scheme, qualified foreign investors are allowed access to A shares.

MMC inks pact to acquire Malakoff

MMC Corp Bhd and its wholly owned subsidiary Nucleus Avenue (M) Sdn Bhd (NASB) had on Friday entered into agreements to acquire the securities, assets and liabilities of independent power producer, Malakoff Bhd for RM9.3bil.