Development Updates
  • Islamic Capital Market
  • Digital
  • International
  • Sustainable and Responsible Investment
  • Islamic Capital Market
    16 August 2022
    Updated List of Registered Shariah Advisers as at 16 August 2022
    25 May 2022
    Malaysian Islamic Capital Market Bi-Annual Bulletin by the Securities Commission Malaysia (July - December 2021 Issue). Click here to download.

    28 January  2022
    The 251st Shariah Advisory Council of the Securities Commission Malaysia Meetings (13 December 2021)

    20 December 2021
    The Guidelines for Shariah Advisers (Guidelines) are issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA).
  • Digital
    13 February 2023

    Get to know the Digital Assets regulations and development by the Securities Commission (SC) Malaysia

    23 March 2022
    Amended terms and condition as at 23 March 2022

    The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) today announced that it has registered two Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) operators, Kapital DX Sdn Bhd and Pitch Platforms Sdn Bhd, to promote responsible innovation in the digital assets space.
    26 October 2021

    The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) today said that fintech could be a key enabler in re-building the Malaysian economy as the country recovers from the pandemic. The regulator also said it would seek to drive greater adoption of digital capability to enhance capital formation efficiencies and increase investor participation in the capital market.
  • International
    The SC is actively involved in various international fora including among others, the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
    The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) is a high-level grouping of capital market regulators from the ten ASEAN jurisdictions, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

    The SC works with a global network of securities regulators to facilitate cross-border cooperation on regulatory and enforcement matters.

    In recognition of the role played by the SC, IOSCO established its first ever Regional Hub outside its Madrid headquarters in Kuala Lumpur in 2017.
  • Sustainable and Responsible Investment
    12 December 2022

    The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) today unveiled the Principles-Based Sustainable and Responsible Investment Taxonomy for the Malaysian Capital Market (SRI Taxonomy) to help advance the nation's climate and sustainability agenda.

    12 December 2022

    The SRI Taxonomy also aims to contribute towards the existing national climate and sustainability agenda, thereby reinforcing the Malaysian capital market’s role in supporting a just and orderly transition to low carbon economy. This would also promote greater awareness and adoption of sustainability practices within corporate Malaysia. In this regard, the SRI Taxonomy is intended to complement and support existing national laws and policies.

    12 December 2022

    The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is issuing this Public Response Paper in response to the feedback received pursuant to the Public Consultation Paper on the proposed Principles-Based Sustainable and Responsible Investment Taxonomy for the Malaysian Capital Market dated 17 December 2021.

    27 April 2022

    The Joint Committee on Climate Change (JC3) held its seventh meeting on 26 April 2022. Discussions centred on the progress of action plans and priorities for 2022, and effects of recent global developments on transition efforts and policy responses of countries. JC3 members noted that these developments could heighten the prospects of delaying the progress of transition efforts and underscore the need for the financial sector to strengthen its response to climate change.

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