Share price fluctuations can either create opportunities for gains for investors – or potentially be the cause of losses.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) is drafting a prakas on public offerings of equity securities for holding companies to allow them to issue shares on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) in a move towards diversification and development of the nation’s capital markets.
Now is a great time for the general public to buy shares on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) as the Kingdom show gradual signs of economic recovery from the impact of Covid-19, according to its vice-chairman Ha Jong-weon.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) on January 5 approved in principle a handful of applications for licences.
In alignment with the vision of the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Financial Sector Development Plan, the securities market was established as a means for mobilising and allocating capital to finance the many types of investment, and to promote national economic growth.
The Senate on December 21 approved on the Draft Law on Government Securities which allows the government to prepare bonds to issue in the capital market to collect funds from the public for the country’s development.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) is currently going over its first-ever initial public offering (IPO) eligibility review application for a company to list on its Growth Board since the secondary board was launched in 2015, its vice-chairman Ha Jong-weon told The Post on December 14.
Selecting strong stocks is not a challenge if investors use the right strategies.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) has seen minimal slowdown in stock trading and marginal changes in share prices in light of the Kingdom’s first local transmission on November 28, its vice-chairman Ha Jong-weon said on December 2.
To become a shareholder in a company or to invest in the securities market, investors can access the two main markets – the primary and secondary markets.