SGX Bids for ASX Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In October 2010, Singapore Exchange (SGX) newly hired CEO is introspecting an expansion plan of expanding quicker than organic growth alone would enable it to do so. The most logical acquisition goal was the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Executives from the ASX and the SGX announced an agreement to merge.

The two exchanges would stay separate legal entities for regulatory purposes but both would be possessed by ASX?SGX Limited, a brand new holding company that the deal would establish. This left executives at the SGX and other foreign securities exchanges to ponder over whether the states the Australian Treasurer designated for a merger could ever be fulfilled and, if so, would a foreign securities exchange really be allowed to acquire the ASX?


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