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To ensure trust and confidence in the capital market, the SC regulates the capital market based on the principles of transparency and proportionality to commensurate with the risks posed. We actively update and enforce our regulations and securities laws to ensure that the capital market operates in a fair and orderly manner as well as to reduce systemic risks. Here you will find a list of our Acts, guidelines, consultation papers, frequently asked questions on our regulations, technical notes, updates on our enforcement actions and licensing information.
DEVELOP
As the Malaysian economy continues to evolve and become increasingly diverse, we need to ensure a sustainable, inclusive and innovative capital market that caters to a wide spectrum of investors and issuers, as well as provide opportunities for wealth creation. The SC’s developmental efforts remain focused on growing and strengthening the competitiveness of various market segments.
PROTECT
Aside from our ongoing surveillance, supervision and enforcement work, we believe that the best form of investor protection is ultimately through investor empowerment and education to enable informed investment decision-making. Here you can lodge a complaint through the SC’s Consumer & Investor Office, learn more about our investor education initiatives, how to become a whistleblower, and links to useful resources.
REGULATE
To ensure trust and confidence in the capital market, the SC regulates the capital market based on the principles of transparency and proportionality to commensurate with the risks posed. We actively update and enforce our regulations and securities laws to ensure that the capital market operates in a fair and orderly manner as well as to reduce systemic risks. Here you will find a list of our Acts, guidelines, consultation papers, frequently asked questions on our regulations, technical notes, updates on our enforcement actions and licensing information.
DEVELOP
As the Malaysian economy continues to evolve and become increasingly diverse, we need to ensure a sustainable, inclusive and innovative capital market that caters to a wide spectrum of investors and issuers, as well as provide opportunities for wealth creation. The SC’s developmental efforts remain focused on growing and strengthening the competitiveness of various market segments. 
PROTECT
Aside from our ongoing surveillance, supervision and enforcement work, we believe that the best form of investor protection is ultimately through investor empowerment and education to enable informed investment decision-making. Here you can lodge a complaint through the SC’s Consumer & Investor Office, learn more about our investor education initiatives, how to become a whistleblower, and links to useful resources.
REGULATORY HIGHLIGHTS
30 July 2020
The Guidelines on Conduct of Directors of Listed Corporations and Their Subsidiaries (Guidelines) are issued pursuant to section 158 and subsection 15(1)(q) of the Securities Commission Malaysia Act 1993 (SCMA). The Guidelines apply to directors of a listed corporation and directors of subsidiaries of a listed corporation whether incorporated in Malaysia or otherwise.

23 July 2020
The Guidelines on Trust Deeds (Guidelines) are issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA).

21 July 2020
The Guidelines on Submission of Corporate and Capital Market Product Proposals are issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) under section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA). These Guidelines set out SC’s expectations in respect of the standards that must be observed by the parties involved in the preparation of proposals made to the SC and the obligations they must comply with.

21 July 2020
The Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA) repeals the Securities Industry Act 1983 (SIA) and the Futures Industry Act 1993 (FIA). The CMSA, which takes effect on 28 September 2007, introduces a single licensing regime for capital market intermediaries. Under this regime, a capital market intermediary will only need one licence to carry on the business in any one or more regulated activities. This will mean less cost and paperwork for capital market intermediaries that carry on more than one regulated activity.

30 June 2020
The Guidelines on Unlisted Capital Market Products under the Lodge and Launch Framework (Guidelines) is issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA).

11 June 2020
The Guidelines on Unit Trust Funds (Guidelines) is issued by the SC pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA). These Guidelines set out the requirements to be complied with by any person seeking authorisation under the CMSA to make available, offer for subscription or purchase, or issue an invitation to subscribe for or purchase a unit trust fund.

18 May 2020
The Guidelines on Islamic Fund Management (Guidelines) is issued by
the Securities Commission (SC) under section 377 of the Capital
Markets and Services Act 2007
(CMSA).

4 May 2020
The Guidelines of Advertising for Capital Market Products and Related Services (Guidelines) are issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA).

4 May 2020
The Guidelines on Compliance Function for Fund Management Companies is issued by the SC pursuant to section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA). These guidelines set out requirements to be complied with by any person intending to establish or carry out portfolio fund management activities in Malaysia.

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