SINGAPORE (Mar 13): Apart from their own exchanges, more issuers would consider listing on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) in 2030 on the back of increasing focus on the Southeast Asian market, according to a new PwC report, Capital Markets in 2030.

In a survey of nearly 400 executives at companies from across the globe, the report found that 15% of issuers would consider listing on SGX in 2030 – placing it at ninth place.

SGX is expected to overtake Deutsche Börse and Johannesburg Stock Exchange to improve from its current 11th position.

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