Forex Markets in Taiwan and Asia: Jadesan Capital Investments

Jadesan Capital Investments, a leading investment firm based in London, has recently organized a dialogue in Taiwan.

November 19, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Jadesan Capital Investments, a leading investment firm based in London, has recently organized a dialogue in Taiwan on the 11th November to discuss the current Forex market in Taiwan and Asia.

The event was graced by Jadesan Capital Investments Chief Executive Officer, Adam Slipstone, and Jadesan Capital Investments Asia Pacific Chief Forex Consultant, Dato Jimmy Wong. The dialogue was attended by over 200 people.

Mr. Slipstone mentioned in his keynote speech that Taiwan was a country with a blossoming economy and innovative investments, with these two aspects enabling the country to become an attractive destination for Forex brokers and traders.

Taiwan has been a country developing economically as it has in place proper management structures with promising and inviting policies on open investments and trade.

Asia is expected to witness a fast growth in investments in the near future with an estimated share of global gross domestic product in emerging markets to reach 47% in 5 years, and surpass the GDP of developed economies by 2029.

The recent U.S and China trade-war might discourage investors, however, Mr. Slipstone pointed out that the longer-term view presents good opportunities as incomes are rising, consumers are upgrading spending habits, and as innovation continues to play a larger role in Asia’s growth.

Jadesan Capital Investments has for the first time in the firm’s history, expanded their products and services to countries in the Asia-Pacific in 2019.

State-owned banks in Asia are generally known to be slow to serve innovative financial products to individual customers at scale. It is not surprising then that large and established financial companies are stepping in to fill the void left by banks.

Innovation in the financial sector is spreading quickly across Asia, abetted by large companies in more developed countries making investments in emerging and frontier markets. And the potential for financial services has only begun to be tapped, as overseas firms make plans for expansion beyond payments and lending into savings products, insurance, investment brokerage and more.

Contact Info:
Name: Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI)
Email: Send Email
Organization: Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI)
Website: https://jadesan.capital/press/

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/forex-markets-in-taiwan-and-asia-jadesan-capital-investments/88934916

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 88934916

More News From Enter Hollywood

Seoul unsure if North Korea will air World Cup qualifier

Dec 11, 2019

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea said Thursday it's unclear if North Korea will allow a live broadcast when it hosts the South's national soccer team for a World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang next Tuesday. Seoul's Unification Ministry, which deals with inter-Korean affairs, said the North has been ignoring South Korean calls for discussions on broadcasting the game live and allowing South Korean spectators to attend. "There has been no particular progress on the issues of (sending South Korean) cheering squads or providing broadcast coverage, so they won't be easy," since there's only a few days left until the game,...

Pell's appeal pitted word of former choirboy against priest

Dec 11, 2019

CANBERRA, Australia — Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his convictions for child molestation was largely a question of who the jury should have believed, his accuser or a senior priest whose church role was likened to Pell's bodyguard. Pell's accuser was a 13-year-old choirboy when he alleged that he was abused by then-Melbourne Archbishop Pell at the city's St. Patrick's Cathedral in December 1996 and February 1997. Monsignor Charles Portelli was a master of ceremonies at the 11 a.m. Sunday Masses where the choir sang. A chorister in the 1990s, David Dearing, told police that Portelli, Pell's right-hand man, was...

Chinese pop stars publicly back Beijing on Hong Kong

Dec 11, 2019

HONG KONG — At least eight pop stars from mainland China and one each from Taiwan and Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for Beijing's one-China policy, eliciting a mixture of disappointment and understanding from fans. Many of the statements came after protesters opposed to Beijing's growing influence over semi-autonomous Hong Kong removed a Chinese flag and tossed it into Victoria Harbour earlier this month. Lay Zhang, Jackson Wang, Lai Kuan-lin and Victoria Song were among the K-pop singers who recently uploaded a Chinese flag and declared themselves as "one of 1.4 billion guardians of the Chinese flag" on...

The Latest: Concerts canceled over Hong Kong airport protest

Dec 11, 2019

HONG KONG — The Latest on Hong Kong protests (all times local): 7 p.m. At least three concerts by overseas performers have been canceled in Hong Kong as protesters forced the city's airport to suspend operations for a second day. K-pop star Kang Daniel and Scottish band CHVRCHES both announced Tuesday that they are calling off upcoming events. American singer-songwriter Alec Benjamin canceled an upcoming concert late Monday. Kang's management office said the cancellation of a fan meeting scheduled for Sunday was because of safety concerns related to the protests, while CHVRCHES blamed "unforeseen circumstances." The airport protests are the...

China bans movies, actors from prominent Taiwan film awards

Dec 11, 2019

BEIJING — China said Wednesday it was banning Chinese movies and actors from participating in Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, one of the Asian film industry's most prestigious honors, as Beijing ramps up economic and political pressure on the island it claims as its own territory. The one-sentence announcement on the microblog of China Film News, a newspaper affiliated with government film regulator, gave no reason for the suspension, but it comes amid rising tensions over Taiwan's refusal to recognize being part of Chinese territory to eventually be brought under Beijing's rule. Even without the ban, Chinese artists might have found...

Sign up now!