INSTITUTIONAL investors holding assets worth US$11 trillion have now pledged to divest from fossil fuel assets, a significant jump in the number committing to clean energy, a report said on Monday...

COMMENTARY

THOSE who observed the unedifying rabble of British politicians shouting and swearing at each other in the Mother of Parliaments are no doubt concerned that the UK is under threat of being...

[LONDON] Investors are voting with their feet as the Brexit impasse plays havoc with financial markets.

[HONG KONG] As investors map out potential risks from Hong Kong's summer of unrest, one tool at the government's disposal is attracting increased attention: a colonial-era statute that gives...

[LONDON] Investors have pulled US$13.8 billion from emerging markets so far in August, the most since Donald Trump's US Presidential election win in November 2016, Institute of International...

AS fears of a global economic slowdown deepen and stock prices swing wildly, many US investors are running for cover in money-market funds. Extended trade tensions between the US and China are...

REGULATION has always been an integral part of the financial system. As it is recognised today the regulatory framework resulted from financial market liberalisation and a general encouragement of...

FOR a glimpse of what life under Kyriakos Mitsotakis may look like, Greeks need only to look over their shoulders to five years ago.

EDITORIAL

THE chief patron of the Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS), Tony Tan, last month spoke of the need for SIAS to develop a sustainable funding model so as to ensure the association's...

[LONDON] Investors managing more than US$34 trillion in assets, nearly half the world's invested capital, are demanding urgent action from governments on climate change, piling pressure on leaders...