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Closer and stronger

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Liquidity and resiliency in Asia's capital markets
An infographic from The Economist Intelligence Unit

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Closer and stronger

  1. 1. Asian companies are confident they can find adequate liquidity in the region's capital markets, according to an Economist Intelligence Unit survey of 525 business leaders in March 2015. They also expect stronger intra-Asian trade and investment ties to increase transparency in Asia's capital markets. GAME OF LOANS Companies in Asia will remain heavily reliant on bank loans and local equity markets for capital. SOURCES OF LOCAL CURRENCY-DENOMINATED FINANCING EXPECTED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS Australia Singapore TaiwanIndonesiaIndiaHong KongChina Australia Singapore TaiwanIndonesiaIndiaHong KongChina SOURCES OF US DOLLAR OR EURO-DENOMINATED FINANCING EXPECTED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS Companies in Indonesia (81%) and China (76%) will have a relatively heavy dependence on banks for dollar and euro funding. 63% of Hong Kong companies will be most dependent on global bond market funding. Two-thirds of firms in Singapore (67%) will seek dollar/euro financing from other parts of their companies. More than half of Indian (54%) and Chinese firms (54%) will be relying on their local bond markets. 74% of Indian companies will look to local equity markets for funding. 62% of Singapore firms will look to divest equity stakes. BANK LOANS SALES OF EQUITY STAKE(S) PRIVATE PLACEMENT EQUITY RAISING FUNDING FROM OTHER PARTS OF THE COMPANY BOND ISSUANCE An infographic by The Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by ANZ Banking Group Closer and stronger Sponsored by
  2. 2. Sponsored by FUNDING ASIA INC Companies in Asia are generally confident about their ability to access liquidity in local capital markets. Businesses in emerging markets are more likely to think that stronger intra-Asian economic ties will help capital markets in the region become more transparent. Agree CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE I’M CONFIDENT THAT MY COMPANY'S REGIONAL OPERATIONS CAN ACCESS ENOUGH LIQUIDITY THROUGH ASIA’S CAPITAL MARKETS DisagreeNeutral Agree CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE TO EXPAND MY BUSINESS, MY COMPANY WILL NEED TO ACCESS FUNDING FROM MORE THAN ONE MARKET IN ASIA DisagreeNeutral Agree CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE CHINA INDIA INDONESIA TAIWAN AUSTRALIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE AS ECONOMIES BECOME MORE INTEGRATED IN ASIA, CAPITAL MARKETS WILL BECOME MORE TRANSPARENT DisagreeNeutral EMERGING MARKETS DEVELOPED MARKETS INDIACHINA TAIWANINDONESIA HONG KONG SINGAPOREAUSTRALIA An infographic by The Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by ANZ Banking Group Closer and stronger

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