Global Alliance Partners (GAP) is dedicated to providing our client base with local service and expertise coupled with international reach and access in private equity, corporate fund raising, stock broking, and fund management.
With offices in 26 countries worldwide, Global Alliance Partners bridges the gap between investment opportunities in the leading, emerging, or frontier markets, and the key sources of investment risk capital. Our partners assist our clients and execute deals in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Rachel Winter, Private Client Broker at Killik & Co, discusses concerns over an economic slowdown in China, its impact on global stock markets this week and how an imminent interest rise in the US is now less likely in September.
Bernard Pouliot appeals for international brokerage firms to be allowed to trade in Shanghai in like manner that Chinese brokers are made able to do so in Hong Kong.
Global Alliance Partners (GAP) announced today that AP Securities, Inc. was officially accepted into the alliance during its recently concluded GAP Investment Conference on 10 May 2016 in New York, USA.
Philippine Based Brokerage Firm AP Securities Joins Global Alliance Partners
Recently, American credit rating agency Moody’s lowered the outlook of China to “negative”. Nevertheless, the credit rating of China remains at Aa3. In this article, we explain why the outlook downgrade is good for the HK and H-share stock markets (from mid-term perspective).
[QuamWise] Moody’s lowers outlook of China
Auerbach Grayson & Company, LLC, a New York-based brokerage firm specializing in global trade execution and exclusive in-depth research for institutional investors, announced today a major expansion into US and developed market equity trading. Already a recognized market leader in global trading, the firm will now have world class capabilities in global program trading as well as US and developed equities block trading.
Auerbach Grayson Expansion & New Hires Release