Policy Brief: Portfolio Pumping in Singapore: Myth or Reality?

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Source: CFA Institute
Alan Lok, CFA

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A 2004 case involving portfolio pumping led to the successful prosecution of a fund manager in Singapore in 2010. In response, we commenced a study of “portfolio pumping” activities on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) to gain insight into the degree of market manipulation on the exchange, and to understand whether the existing enforcement framework is effective in dealing with such activities.



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