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.

Latest on Development

31 December 2020
Islamic capital market (ICM) is currently expanding rapidly. In line with this development, various issues in relation to ICM have been discussed and resolved by the Shariah Advisory Council (SAC) of the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) through their series of meetings. As a result of this, the SC has published the SAC resolutions in relation to the concept, ICM products and the related issues for guidance and reference. However, these SAC resolutions do not include detailed Shariah clarifications and justifications. These SAC resolutions serve as an addition to the resolutions included in the Resolutions of the Securities Commission Malaysia Shariah Advisory Council (Second Edition), including updates on some existing resolutions.

15 October 2020
Impact Investing as an Extension to the Islamic Economy

29 September 2020
Malaysia's Islamic Capital Market Bi-Annual Bulletin by the Securities Commission Malaysia

29 May 2020
The Shariah Advisory Council (SAC) of the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has approved an updated list of securities which have been classified as Shariah-compliant securities. The list of Shariah-compliant securities which are listed on Bursa Malaysia will take effect from 29 May 2020.

20 May 2020
Islamic Finance: A Catalyst for Financial Inclusion is a joint publication by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and the World Bank Group. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SC and the World Bank Group.

7 August 2020
BRIDGe aims to facilitate collaboration among regulators, the exchange, brokers, banks and other stakeholders with the objective of accelerating the digitisation of Malaysia’s stockbroking industry. Three working groups were created to achieve this objective

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