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  • UK’s Financial Conduct Authority Bans Partners Of Firm That Failed To Consider Customer SIPP Suitability

    Date 17/04/2014

    Andrew Rees and Timothy Hughes, partners at 1 Stop Financial Services (1 Stop), have been banned by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) from performing any significant influence function in relation to any regulated activity. Mr Rees and Mr Hughes had advised customers to switch into self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs), which enabled those customers to invest in unregulated and often high risk products, regardless of whether those products were suitable for the customers. 1 Stop has now ceased trading and has applied to cancel its FCA permissions.

  • HKEx Stock Exchange Participants' Market Share Report

    Date 17/04/2014

    Updated:  17/04/2014

  • RN Holding Prefs To Be Removed From Moscow Exchange Indices

    Date 17/04/2014

    RN Holding prefs will be removed from Moscow Exchange"s Broad Market Index, Second Tier Index, and Oil & Gas Index on 21 April due to trading in them being suspended. The suspension is due to the planned share buyback, and is in accordance with clause 84.8 of the law On Joint Stock Companies.

  • Platts: Spot LNG Prices For May Delivery Dropped 11.8% On Low Demand - On A Year-Over-Year Basis, May LNG Prices Rose Nearly 1%

    Date 17/04/2014

    Prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for May delivery to Asia fell 11.8% to an average $15.559 per million British thermal units (/MMBtu) as the market continued to cool off ahead of the summer peak demand season, according to the latest Platts Japan/Korea Marker (JKM) for month-ahead delivery. The data reflects the daily Platts JKM for May assessed between March 17 and April 15, expressed as a monthly average.

  • Bursa Malaysia Posts 18% Jump In Its Profit After Tax And Minority Interest (Patami) Of Rm45.1 Million In First Quarter Of 2014

    Date 17/04/2014

    Key Financial & Market Highlights
    (1Q2014 vs 1Q2013)
    • PATAMI at RM45.1 million, up 18%
    • Return on equity at 23%, improved by 5 percentage points
    • Earnings Per Share at 8.5 sen, up 18%
    • Operating revenue at RM115.1 million, up 13%
    • Operating expenses at RM60.2 million
    • Cost to income ratio at 49%
    • Average daily trading value for securities market at RM2.16 billion, up 26%
    • Market capitalisation as at 31 March 2014 at RM1.7 trillion, up 17%
    • Velocity at 30%, improved by 2 percentage points
    • Average daily contracts traded for derivatives market at 50,046 contracts, up 11%

  • Thai Bourse Launches First Index Derivative Warrants On SET50

    Date 17/04/2014

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) starts trading the first five derivative warrants on SET50 index scheduled to be launched today, underlining SET’s commitment to provide various products to meet investor demands. Proportion of DW trading accounts for 2.74 percent of the total securities trading value, comparatively higher than those of other key markets in the region.  

  • HKEx Re-Appointment Of Chairman

    Date 17/04/2014

    The Board of Directors (“Board”) of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (“HKEx”) today resolved to re-appoint Mr Chow Chung Kong (“Mr Chow”) as the Chairman of the Board (“Chairman”) for a term to be coterminous with his directorship.

  • Asia Region Funds Passport Industry Consultation Paper

    Date 17/04/2014

    ASIC notes the release of the internationally negotiated consultation paper on the Asia Region Funds Passport (the passport) jointly with government agencies from Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines.

  • Re-appointment Of HKEx Chairman And Appointment Of Committee Members

    Date 17/04/2014

    Following the Government's re-appointment of Chow Chung Kong and Tim Freshwater, and shareholders' re-election of Bill Kwok and Vincent Lee as Directors of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), the HKEx Board today (Thursday) re-appointed Chow Chung Kong as the Chairman of HKEx.

  • ASIC's OTC Electricity Derivatives Report

    Date 17/04/2014

    ASIC today released Report 390 Review of OTC electricity derivatives market participants’ risk management policies (REP 390).