SIDC Organises Seminar to Educate Investors on Importance of Personal Investment Planning

Kuala Lumpur, 23 June 1999

The Securities Industry Development Centre (SIDC) of the Securities Commission (SC) will be organising a seminar on Personal Investment Planning on 1 July 1999 at the SC Building.

The objective of the seminar is to introduce participants to a basic but practical approach of investing in capital market products.

The seminar is structured to cater to the needs of all members of the public - investors-to-be, new investors and experienced investors. The seminar will begin with the fundamentals covering, among others, the types of capital market products available; the role of stockbrokers and basic financial market concepts.

From the fundamentals, the seminar will progress to other practical topics such as:

  • Setting long-term and short-term investment goals;
  • Developing an investment strategy;
  • Monitoring investments; and
  • Avoiding common investment pitfalls.

SC senior executives and experienced industry and market practitioners will be facilitating the seminar and include:

  • Mohd. Nasir Ali, Chief Executive Officer, Kuala Lumpur City Securities;
  • Geoff Stecyk, General Manager, Southern Unit Trust;
  • Jas Bir Kaur, Manager, Securities Commission; and
  • Lee Kha Loon, Manager, Securities Commission.

The seminar is part of the SC's long term objective to create an informed investing public.

Interested parties may contact Rosma Abd Azid at tel: 03-654 8590 / fax: 03-651 5811.


Issued on behalf of the Securities Commission. Members of the press requiring assistance may contact the Corporate Affairs Department at tel no. 03-6548513 (Ann Teoh) / 03-6548184 (Azmi Hariss Ibrahim) or fax no.: 03-6515078.

Background information:
The Securities Industry Development Centre (SIDC) is the education arm of the Securities Commission. It is responsible for facilitating education and research in the development of the capital market in Malaysia through training and dissemination of findings of non-proprietary research. It is also responsible for the development of the SC's resource centre which when fully established will be the premier capital market resource centre for the region.

The Securities Commission (SC), a statutory body reporting to the Minister of Finance, was established under the Securities Commission Act 1993. It is the sole regulatory agency for the regulation and development of capital markets. The SC has direct responsibility for supervising and monitoring the activities of market institutions, including the exchanges and clearing houses, and regulating all persons licensed under the Securities Industry Act 1983 and Futures Industry Act 1993.

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