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Singapore Exchange opens liaison office in India

Published on Jul 22, 2014 9:10 PM
 
A woman walks past the Singapore Exchange (SGX) building in Singapore on April 30, 2014. SGX has opened a liaison office in India that aims to help Indian companies keen to raise capital in Singapore. -- PHOTO: AFP

SINGAPORE - Singapore Exchange (SGX) has opened a liaison office in India that aims to help Indian companies keen to raise capital in Singapore.

The office in Mumbai will act as a "communication channel" to support such firms, the bourse operator said on Tuesday.

Indian issuers have raised US$60 billion through bonds on the SGX, making India the third-largest issuer of SGX-listed bonds.

These issuers cover a wide spectrum of sectors including banking and financial services, energy and commodities, property, healthcare, utilities, telecommunications and transportation.

 
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