PSE Named Best Bourse in Southeast Asia

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PSE Named Best Bourse in Southeast Asia


The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) was named the Best Stock Exchange in Southeast Asia and given the Marquee Award for in the 7th Annual Alpha Southeast Asia Best Solution and Deal Awards for 2013. Organized by Alpha Southeast Asia, the first and only institutional investment magazine focused in Southeast Asia, the award cited the record-breaking year of the Philippine stock market despite the volatility of equities markets worldwide. Among the achievements mentioned were the PSEis breach of the 7,000 mark, the remarkable growth of trading activity, the significant capital raising activity during the year. The organizers also recognized the various corporate governance initiatives spearheaded by the PSE. This is a very good way to cap the year which has shaped up to be one of the best years of the Exchange from a new product offering standpoint, said PSE president Hans B. Sicat. He added that this will inspire us to push for more products and services that will attract more investors to take part in our growth story. We would like to thank the organizers for this award. This year, the PSEi breached the 6,000 and 7,000-point mark and recorded its highest level in history of 7,392.20 points in May 2013. The PSE was able to successfully launch the countrys first exchange traded funds, the Shariah program for local stocks, and a Philippine-based index futures in Singapore. The bourse also introduced the PSETradex, its own online trading platform and is also preparing to launch its new and enhanced online corporate disclosure system dubbed the PSE EDGE. The performance of the equity market irrefutably underscores how the Philippines equity market has been partially insulated from global volatility as it is dominated not only by local investors and a large domestic pension fund system but also foreign investors who now strongly believe in the investment fundamentals of the Philippines, said a fund manager who is part of the panel of the in-house Marquee Awards at Alpha Southeast Asia. …

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