The challenge for Asia’s capital
markets is ensuring they retain their competitive edge. Here,
industry specialists reveal how the region should tackle its
next phase of development
With capital markets around the world rapidly evolving,
regulators and politicians are grappling with the dual mandate
to ensure both their safety and competiveness. Indeed,
following a period of fast growth, authorities overseeing the
development of Asia's capital markets must now make sure they
maintain their global lead in the new world order.
On November 27, over 100 delegates descended on the Conrad
in Hong Kong for IFLR's ninth Asia Capital Markets Forum.
There, they heard panellists debate the most pressing issues
for the continued development of the region's capital markets,
notably how to ensure Asia continues to attract foreign
Overseas company listing Speaking at the Forum, panellists
noted that the Financial Services Development Council had
reviewed Hong Kong's listing regime, and...