SIDC organises Saturday Seminar on Trading on the KLSE

Kuala Lumpur, 14 August 2001

The Securities Industry Development Centre (SIDC) is organising a seminar on trading on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) on 25 August 2001. Entitled "Understand Trading on the KLSE", the seminar is part of the SIDC Saturday Seminar series. The half-day seminar will be held at the Securities Commission in Kuala Lumpur.

K&N Kenanga Berhad Vice President of Trading, Mr. Clement Almaide, who has vast experience and knowledge of the Malaysian securities industry, particularly in equities trading will facilitate the seminar. The seminar aims to provide participants with a fundamental understanding of:

  • KLSE trading rules and regulations,
  • Different type of equities and trading mechanisms,
  • Implications of corporate announcements on dividends, bonus issues and rights issues, and
  • Challenges ahead.

The seminar will benefit general investors and academicians, students and candidates preparing for the Trainee Dealer's Representative examination.

This half-day seminar carries 5 CPE-points which dealer's representatives can accumulate for licence renewal next year. CPE refers to the SIDC's Continuing Professional Education programme which was introduced in January 2001 to enhance professional competence of licensed representatives and in the long run, create a culture of continuous education and improvement among them. The points collected from attending the CPE courses will be a pre-requisite for dealer's representative licence renewals from July 2002 and eventually will cover all other categories of licences.

The registration fee is RM150 per person. Interested parties may contact Rosma Abd Azid at tel. no.: 03-6204 8590, fax no.: 03-6201 5811 or e-mail [email protected].


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