Latest articles from Michelle Price

The Singapore Stock Exchange's Terry Gibson on the importance of infrastructure

November 27, 2009

The senior vice-president and head of product management at the Singapore Exchange discusses its major post-trade infrastructure project. Writer Michelle Price


Reform is a work in progress

November 27, 2009

Policy reforms in Indonesia's banking sector have transformed shareholding structures and foreign investors have scooped up local banks. But further change is needed to enable the country to cope with an anticipated economic explosion, say local bankers. Writer Michelle Price


Trading: So who is afraid of the flash trade?

November 27, 2009

It seems that many are. This summer has seen both BATS and Nasdaq launch flash order programs, but was this an attempt to compete with Direct Edge - which has been successfully using the controversial program since 2006 - or did the rival exchanges simply want to force the hand of the regulators? Writer Michelle Price

Banco de Oro plans to grow through recession

October 28, 2009

As one of the Philippines' most dynamic bankers, Nestor Tan has overseen a series of acquisitions and mergers that have transformed Banco de Oro into the largest bank in the country by assets. Now he is eager for further growth by capitalising on opportunities presented by the recession. Writer Michelle Price

Finance minister Margarito Teves on reducing debt and raising revenues

October 28, 2009

The Philippines' finance minister says that the archipelago's economy has remained relatively resilient during the downturn compared with its export-dependent neighbours. But the budget deficit remains an ongoing problem. Writer Michelle Price

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Sowing the seeds of competitive trading in Asia

October 28, 2009

The roll-out of the hyper-fast Chi-X alternative trading platform across the Asia-Pacific region and a shake-up in supervision in Australia signal the makings of a more competitive pan-Asian market. Writer Michelle Price

Post-crisis world calls for clever IT choices

October 28, 2009

The executive vice-president and CIO of State Street, Chris Perretta, explains how the bank has responded to the pressures brought by the crisis and how the IT function is changing shape. Writer Michelle Price

Amando Tetangco

October 5, 2009

The governor of Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas talks about how the central bank took swift and effective action to ensure that the Philippines was not badly hit by the credit crunch. But he warns that exiting a liberal monetary policy stance may bring its own risks. Writer Michelle Price

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Filipino banks advance with care

October 5, 2009

The Philippines has managed to all but sidestep the global economic slump and its banking sector is in good shape, but broader structural changes in the Filipino economy will bring new challenges. Writer Michelle Price

Mark Butterfield

September 2, 2009

Mark Butterfield, CIO of Nomura for Europe, the Middle East and Africa

When Nomura acquired a chunk of Lehman Brothers' crumbling empire last year, the brunt of the integeration process fell into the hands of the IT team, which completed the challenging task in a matter of weeks. Writer Michelle Price

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