Securities exchange (stock market)
Securities exchange policy and regulation
Gov’t to issue bonds worth $300 million this month
The Cambodian government plans to issue bonds worth 1.2 trillion riels, equivalent to approximately $300 million, for the first time this month for creating a new source of public financing and a new financial instrument for investors in the securities market. ...
CSX continues executing trades under lockdown
Bowed but unbeaten, the spritely Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) is churning away under lockdowns that have affected nearly every aspect of the Kingdom’s economy. ...
Kingdom joins ASEAN securities plan
The newly-renamed Securities and Exchange Regulator of Cambodia (SERC) and its nine capital-market-regulator counterparts in ASEAN on March 15 signed a new five-year Action Plan 2021-2025 for the development of the sector. ...
CCC, securities regulator call for firms to list on bourse
The Cambodia Chamber of Commerce (CCC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) on Tuesday called on local companies to list on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX). ...
SECC, Australia team up to improve domestic capital mobilisation for infrastructure investment
The Australian Government joined the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) to launch the landmark Domestic Capital Mobilisation for Infrastructure Investment through the Security Market Project. ...
CSX launches app and website to teach public about securities investment
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) yesterday officially launched a website and an app to help investors and the public achieve a better understanding of the stock market. ...
ADB issues guide to local bond market
Aiming to inject momentum into their nascent debt markets, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) released yesterday bond market guides for Cambodia and Myanmar. ...
Malaysian firm to list on Cambodian stock market
Cambodia’s fledgling stock exchange could receive a much-needed boost after Malaysian-owned power infrastructure provider Pestech Cambodia officially submitted its application for an initial public offering on the CSX, industry insiders said yesterday. ...
SECC lays down new dispute regulations
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) has issued new regulations and procedures for solving disputes involving parties operating in the securities sector. ...
Local bond market on the horizon
The government is preparing legislation to regulate the establishment of a corporate bond market that would give local companies a new debt instrument to raise capital for their operations or expansion. ...
Regulator pushes for corporate governance
The vast majority of local companies lack corporate governance standards and provide insufficient business information, requiring investors and regulators to do heavy due diligence work that stops businesses from tapping into additional funding sources, officials said yesterday. ...
Skepticism on liquidity providers
Almost two weeks after the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) announced that it was accepting applications for the newly approved liquidity providers (LPs) option, it admitted yesterday that no one had yet applied, as insiders said they were still unsure of the program. ...
SMEs in anti-graft partnership
The Federation of Associations of Small and Medium Enterprises of Cambodia (FASMAC) has sought support from the anti-corruption organization Transparency International, to prepare it to be a graft-free business entity and help its members to be listed on the Cambodia Stock Exchange (CSX). ...
Listed firms lax on fiscal reports
Six weeks since the close of the fiscal first half, none of the four listed companies on Cambodia’s stock exchange have issued their required half-year financial statements, and one firm has not disclosed any financial data since 2014 – casting doubts on the tiny bourse’s ...
Derivatives licences handed out
Cambodia’s capital market regulator officially granted its first round of derivatives trading licences this week, nearly 10 months after it vowed to formally regulate the inherently risky financial instrument and provide investors with more options to earn profits. ...
Securities companies to provide market liquidity
A new initiative aimed at encouraging more trading on Cambodia’s persistently quiet stock exchange will allow securities underwriters and dealers to become liquidity providers who can hold and trade shares in listed companies. ...
Sihanoukville port operator still on course for IPO
The state operator of Cambodia’s only deep-water port remains on course to float shares on the stock exchange and is seeking ways to speed up the listing. ...
GTI announces 2015 dividend payout
Garment manufacturer Gran d Twins International (GTI) will pay out a reduced cash dividend for 2015 as a result of net profits dropping by 70 per cent last year compared to 2014, the company said yesterday in a filing to the Cambodian Securities Exchange (CSX). ...
PPSP begins trading on stock exchange
Shares in Phnom Penh SEZ debuted on Cambodia’s nascent stock exchange yesterday morning, ending the day at 2,890 riel ($0.71), down slightly more than 3 per cent from its opening price of 2,980 riel after an underwhelming level of trading. ...
Emerald back on ASX after turning to gold
Emerald Resources NL, an Australian mining firm with interests in Cambodia, will relist on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on Tuesday following the company’s compliance with chapters 1 and 2 of the exchange’s listing rules and rule 11.1.3, the company said in a filing yesterday. ...