Interest in overseas investing has been huge lately as we look for bigger growth opportunities and higher yields. I know for a fact that Malaysian investors have always gone on to invest internationally, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, the EU, and the US are common countries.
We have one of the world’s most robust stock market right next door – Singapore. The equivalent of Bursa in Malaysia, Singapore’s stock exchange is operated by Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX).
CGS-CIMB Securities (formerly known as CIMB Securities) will be bringing us Invest Singapore on 18 November 2020. The event is aimed at Malaysians and to introduce Singapore’s stock market with many experts lined up.
Date: Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Time: 9am – 1pm
Invest SG Schedule
Updated as of 1 November 2020. Changes to the schedule can be viewed via the link above.
Slots I’m Interested In
Despite us being neighbors, I as a Malaysian am still unsure about Singapore’s economy and market conditions. Hoping to gain some insights during the 9.35 am session with Jamus Lim, Song Seng Wun, and Lim Say Boon.
It’ll be beneficial to those that plan to invest in Singapore stocks as well. Doesn’t hurt to have a macro view of a country as a whole before you invest there.
NEW TRENDS IN THE REITS SECTOR
I’m especially interested in the REITs listed on the SGX, specifically data center REITs.
At the 10.20 am – 10.45 am slot, there’ll be a topic on this moderated by CGS-CIMB Analyst Lock Mun Yee together with REITAS CEO Nupur Joshi, ARA LOGOS CEO Karen Lee and Keppel REIT CEO Paul Tham.
I know most Malaysian investors have already bought into some or are actually eyeing them. Data centers REITs like Keppel REIT has actually been doing well recently. So, if you’ve been wanting to invest in Singapore REITs, this will be the slot to watch.
CGS-CIMB Securities provides one of the most comprehensive research coverage of over 2,000 stocks in the SEA region. You can get limited access to these hERE. As a client of CGS-CIMB, you’ll be able to get full access.
The 12.00 noon session features investing strategies for stocks listed on the Singapore Exchange.
Geoff Howie from SGX will be talking about momentum and volatility. As for Lim Say Boon, Chief Investment Strategist for CGS-CIMB, he’ll be sharing his views on REITs, property, banks, and more.
CGS-CIMB Securities, a broker in Malaysia & Singapore
CGS-CIMB Securities International Pte. Ltd. (“CGS-CIMB”) is a 50-50 joint venture between China Galaxy International Financial Holdings Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Galaxy Securities Co., Ltd, and CIMB Group Sdn. Bhd.
Through a network of local offices, branches, and strategic partners, the Group has a global presence in over 20 countries. Well-positioned as Asia’s leading financial services provider, CGS-CIMB has a core focus on well-researched and in-depth analysis on financial products.
With a focus on value creation, CGS-CIMB Securities offer a suite of investment and financial solutions for retail and institutional clients.
Their businesses include:
– Derivatives (CFDs, Forex)
– Equities Trading
– Equities Research
– Fixed Income
– Institutional Equities
– Leveraged Products
– Prime Services
– Retail Trading & Investing
– Wealth Management
ZERO COMMISSION PROMOTION
CGS-CIMB Securities is offering ZERO commissions when you buy Singapore stocks from 19 November 2020 to 28 February 2021. There will be more information on this during the event so sign up for Invest Singapore to find out more.
I’ll be looking forward to InvestSG on 18 November 2020.
This isn’t another course offered by financial gurus you see on FB taking your money and telling you what stocks to invest in. Instead, you’ll be listening to experts speak and given a macro view of a new market and whole new industries to invest in. What’s more? It’s free.
So sign up, make time for it and I guarantee you’ll learn something from this.
The fully virtual event will run from 9 am to 1 pm. It’ll be half a day of learning. If you missed it earlier, registration can be done hERE.
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