The Malaysian government, in Budget 2018, had announced that a sum of RM1 billion would be provided by major institutional investors (IIs) for investment into VC in selected sectors, coordinated by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC).

The VC Fund Co-ordination Committee (the Committee) was established to facilitate the review and selection process.

The SC invites prospective VC management companies seeking allocation from members of the Committee to submit their fund proposals. The minimum criteria and process are set out in the Request for Proposal (RFP) document.

To obtain a copy of the RFP, please fill the Indication of Interest form here.

For general enquiries, please get in touch with the Secretariat via e-mail at [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a foreign VC fund apply for the allocation?

Applications from both domestic and foreign VC fund managers will be considered. However, fund managers are required to be registered with the SC to qualify for the allocation.

Must the fund be registered prior to submission to proposal?

Submissions from fund managers that has not been or in the process of being registered will be considered. However, a fund manager must be registered to receive the allocation if selected.