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2020-10-22 18:29:28
A strong corporate culture is a valuable asset
First published in Business Times on 13 October 2020 Companies with a robust and ethical culture in place are better equipped to deliver superior performance for their stakeholders and gain the market’s confidence. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) last month issued its Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct, which contain measures that financial institutions (FIs) should put in place to “promote the individual accountability of senior managers, strengthen oversight over material risk personnel, and reinforce standards of proper conduct among all employees”. This is very welcome as FIs play a crucial role in safeguarding the integrity of the financial system. Indeed, if trust in FIs is eroded, the entire market suffers and this can have dire consequen
Dinesh Dayani
2020-09-15 11:11:43
Complete Guide To Investing In Corporate Bonds In Singapore
This article was first published on 29 October 2018 and been updated to include the latest information. In Singapore, bonds are an important asset class allowing investors to diversify from having just stocks or property investments in their portfolio. Typically, there are two main types of bonds we can invest in – government bonds and corporate bonds. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Bond Investing In Singapore In this article, we will delve deeper into how to start investing in corporate bonds in Singapore. What Are Corporate Bonds? As its name suggests, corporate bonds are issued by corporates or companies. When we invest in corporate bonds, we are lending our money to these companies in exchange for an interest payment. Typically, the riskier the company, the higher the interes
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-04-28 17:01:28
Myth of Negative Oil Price (扑朔迷离)
US oil (WTI) May 2020 futures contract price crashed yesterday (20 Apr 2020 is the last day before May 2020 US oil future contract expires) to negative $37. Global investors may be confused, why it is possible for oil price to drop to negative, does it mean oil investment fund will go bankrupt? Global consumers may be excited, does it mean petrol from gas station is free from now? Here are the details to uncover this myth. An oil futures contract is an agreement to buy or sell a certain number of barrels set amount of oil at a predetermined price, on a predetermined date.  There are 2 main oil futures contracts: WTI (mainly US oil prices) and Brent (overseas oil prices, outside US). Oil investors would choose futures contracts over spot contracts which requires delivery / stor
2020-03-08 14:01:50
February has been a volatile month - Here's my game plan (MCT, SATS, DBS and more)
Please note that these articles are for discussion and informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as financial advice. Please read the full disclaimer available on the desktop version of my blog.February has been an extremely volatile month with huge swings in the equity markets. Thousand point moves in the Dow Jones Index meant that volatility has shot up, and investors are worried and confused. Our Straits Times Index wasn’t spared either. With all the negative headlines dominating the news every day, you may be wondering – what’s next?I would like to share with you the transactions I have made in the past month, as well as my game plan to navigate the volatile markets of today. I have made trades in four companies this month – I sold Eagle Hospitality Trust a

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