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Religare Capital Markets Partners With Trinity Securities

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Religare Capital Markets, a part of India's Religare Enterprises Ltd,, is joining hands with Thailand's Trinity Securities to provide clients with unique insights on the Thai market as well as advice rapidly growing companies in Thailand, including those in the mid-market segment that remain under-served.

It also, aims to expand its investment banking services in Southeast Asia.

Khun Sukit Bejrsuwana, Executive Director of Trinity, said, “Together with Religare, Trinity can now expand its footprint into a more international client base, and better leverage our independent local knowledge of the Thai market.”

In April 2015, Religare signed a joint venture in the Philippines to provide investment banking and ECM (equity capital markets) services with FSG Capital. It is also exploring further growth initiatives in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Myanmar.

Matthew Lutter, Head – ASEAN Equities, Religare Capital Markets, said, “Trinity’s strength and local knowledge in the Thai market is unparalleled, and will help us to gain a deeper understanding of localised investment trends. We aim to continue to build on our strength and specialisation in the ASEAN mid cap segment".

Religare Capital Markets, focuses mainly on Asian emerging markets and it is present in six countries in Asia-Pacific, as well as London and Dubai. It is empanelled by over 450 institutional investors and has an active coverage of over 250 stocks across 16 sectors. It has strong equity distribution through hubs in Hong Kong, Singapore and London. Services include institutional equity sales, special situations, equity research, equity capital markets, private financing and mergers & acquisitions advisory. Religare Capital Markets has also been building a frontier markets business and owns a controlling stake in Religare Bartleet Securities in Sri Lanka.