Manufacturing expansion in ASEAN with HSBC

Accessing China’s Capital Markets ― Openings and Considerations for Malaysian Investors

Despite heightened market volatility within China’s capital account, the nation continues to present opportunities for Malaysian investors through the introduction of cross-border programmes. Panellists at a recent HSBC Malaysia forum discussed the challenges and opportunities.

Managing FX Risks in Uncertain Times

Hampered by contracting exports, falling oil prices and a slowdown in China, among other macroeconomic events, 2015 saw Malaysia’s currency significantly depreciate against the US dollar. Speakers at the HSBC Economic & FX Outlook 2016 forum discuss the nation’s FX outlook for 2016 and beyond.

Accelerating Trade amid Market Volatility and Growing Protectionism

Fragility in the global economy, structural change and increased protectionism in some nations have contributed to a slowdown in trade over the past half-decade. The introduction of new international trade agreements will enable businesses to capitalise on untapped potential in the global economy.

Mapping China’s future growth – The ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative

HSBC’s Chief Economist for Greater China shared insights on the Chinese government’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative that are designed to increase connectivity between China’s foremost industrial zones and neighbouring Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Simon Constantinides, HSBC’s Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance for Asia Pacific, explains why ASEAN-based companies, as well as those further afield, are well-positioned to capitalise on the opportunities made possible by regional trade flows and the unique resources of each member state.

Accessing China’s Capital Markets ― Openings and Considerations for Malaysian Investors

Despite heightened market volatility within China’s capital account, the nation continues to present opportunities for Malaysian investors through the introduction of cross-border programmes. Panellists at a recent HSBC Malaysia forum discussed the challenges and opportunities.

Strategies for entering a new market

Simon Constantinides, HSBC’s Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance for Asia Pacific, explains why ASEAN-based companies, as well as those further afield, are well-positioned to capitalise on the opportunities made possible by regional trade flows and the unique resources of each member state.

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