Interest rates too low, says DBS Vickers Securities

Global interest rates are too low, and asset-based companies stand to gain, according to Lim Kok Ann, managing director of group institutional business for Singapore’s DBS Vickers Securities. The brokerage house, which was voted top firm in Singapore in our annual poll, is also eyeing expansion in North Asia.

  • 17 Nov 2010

Low interest rates in Singapore look positive for asset-based companies in Singapore, according to Lim Kok Ann, managing director of group institutional business for DBS Vickers Securities, and it’s a trend he sees mirrored in much of Asia right now.

But it’s also an environment in which interest rates ...

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