Made up of 10 Asia-Pacific countries, ASEAN has a combined population of 600+ million people and ranks as the 7th largest economy in the world.

This on demand webinar is the first of two webinars that explores how Capital Markets in ASEAN have been liberalized in light of the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in December 2015.  Gain insights into cross-border offerings of securities for Cambodia, Myanmar, Singapore and Thailand. Learn about each market's potential for capital or debt fund raising today and in the near future.  

Topics addressed include:

  • Capital Market Information
  • Applicable regulatory body/bodies
  • Registration and exemption requirements
  • Securities marketing regulations
  • Sponsor or agent engagement requirements
  • Disclosure requirements and relevant considerations

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Made up of 10 Asia-Pacific countries, ASEAN has a combined population of 600+ million people and ranks as the 7th largest economy in the world.

As a single entity, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ranks as the 7th largest economy in the world with a combined population of 600+ million people. This second on demand webinar in the series explores how Capital Markets in ASEAN have been liberalized in light of the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in December 2015. Gain insights into cross-border offerings of securities for Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, and Vietnam. Learn about each market's potential for capital or debt fund raising today and in the near future.

Topics addressed include:

  • Capital Market Information
  • Applicable regulatory body/bodies
  • Registration and exemption requirements
  • Securities marketing regulations
  • Sponsor or agent engagement requirements
  • Disclosure requirements and relevant considerations

Course Details and Registration

Are you ready to do business in Indonesia?  Tune into this on demand webinar to learn about Indonesia's financial structure, recent developments in its legal system, including the current judicial system with its separation-of-power concept, Investment Law, and new capital investment coordinating board regulations. 

Topics addressed include:

  • Overview of business climate in Indonesia; 
  • Parliamentary, financial and legal system in Indonesia; 
  • Principal laws on foreign investment; 
  • Indonesian investment protection; and 
  • Newly issued regulation on Mandatory Use of the Rupiah.
     

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