Lao Securities Exchange (LSX) was officially launched on 10th October 2010 with the Bank of the Lao PDR (BOL) holding the share of 51% and Korea Exchange (KRX) holding the share of 49%.
The LSX is the first capital market in the Lao PDR which will attract the huge capital to develop the nation and raising the long-term funds to companies and also promoting the integrity of Lao financial market.
Lao Securities Commission Office (LSCO)
Products & Services
Stock, Government Bond
LSX Composite Index
Number of listed companies
11 Companies (as of April 2020)
EDL-Generation Public Company (EDL-Gen)
Banque pour le Commerce Exterieur Lao Public (BCEL)
LAO World Public Company (LWPC)
Petroleum Trading Lao Public Company (PTL)
Souvanny Home Center Public Company (SVN)
Phousy Construction and Development Public Company (PCD)
The origin of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange goes back to July 2000 with the establishment of the Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Center on July 20, 2000. After 7 years, the government transferred the Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Center to Hochiminh Stock Exchange (HOSE) and it was officially launched on 8th August 2007.
HOSE introduced continuous order matching since 30th July 2007 and the introduction of online trading at the beginning of 2009.
The Hanoi Stock Exchange was established through the transformation and restructuring the Hanoi Securities Trading Center by a formal Decision of the Prime Minister of Vietnam in January 2009.
The Hanoi Stock Exchange operates as a State-owned single – member limited liability company. It has its own legal entity and seal as stipulated by the Securities Law, Enterprise Law and the Exchange's Charter, as well as related legal documents.
Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) was officially launched on 9th December 2015 with the Myanmar Economic Bank holding the share of 51.00%, Daiwa Institute of Research holding 30.25% and Japan Exchange Group (JPX) holding the share of 18.75%.
The YSX started trading stock with the first listed company of FMI on 25th March 2016 and MTSH on 20th May 2016.
Securities and Exchange Commission of Myanmar (SECM)
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