The Malaysian capital market grew to RM2.76 trillion in 2014, equivalent to 2.6 times the size of the Malaysian economy, and remained resilient in an environment of global uncertainties, said the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) in conjunction with the
International Women’s Day is this Sunday and an annual Grant Thornton survey released today finds weak growth for women in corporate leadership, as only 22% of senior business roles are held by women, down from 24% last year.
The former Goldman Sachs economist also said India was likely to replace Brazil as the second-largest BRICS economy (“S’ for South Africa, which was later added to the group) in the next couple of years and could become the world’s fifth
The bank’s recently released 36-page report, titled Insights: Central Asia and Mongolia, touts numerous investment opportunities in the region.
Many Singaporeans are optimistic about their financial future, yet few have actually drawn up a formal retirement plan, according to a new survey.