The dearth of new listings on the SGX points to an existential crisis for Singapore’s future as a global financial centre. Photo: EPA
The dearth of new listings on the SGX points to an existential crisis for Singapore’s future as a global financial centre. Photo: EPA
William Bratton
Opinion

Opinion

The View by William Bratton

How Singapore’s ‘zombie’ stock exchange is undermining its financial hub dream

  • The SGX is fading away as a place to raise capital and the situation may be irreversible, diminishing Singapore’s relevance and leaving it to contend with being a smaller and more specialised financial centre

The dearth of new listings on the SGX points to an existential crisis for Singapore’s future as a global financial centre. Photo: EPA
The dearth of new listings on the SGX points to an existential crisis for Singapore’s future as a global financial centre. Photo: EPA
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