Eight initiatives have been identified to support Bursa Malaysia's ambitions to become carbon neutral and achieve net zero emissions.
The new requirements will ensure merchant acquiring services have measures in place to manage settlement risk, financial risk, fraud risk, technology risk and cyber risk.
The masterplan includes measures to facilitate greater fundraising efficiency, liberalise access to foreign funds, and further develop the derivatives market.
The settlement concludes a civil suit filed against KPMG and its current and former partners over the audits 1MDB's 2010-2012 financial statements.
Digital Asset, VMware, Macquarie Capital Securities and Maybank Investment Bank will participate in the dematerialisation proof-of-concept.
The initiative is part of the April 2019 bilateral arrangement between BNM and BOT under the ASEAN Banking Integration Framework.
The dealer’s representatives engaged in discretionary trading without proper authorisation, causing "significant losses" to a client.
New draft rules are aimed at strengthening safeguards to ensure the delivery of better outcomes for consumers of insurance/takaful products.
Bursa Malaysia plans to introduce the “at-tick rule”, under which intraday short sale orders can only be placed at the best selling price or higher.
The move is expected to increase participation from global investors, facilitate better risk management, and enhance price discovery.
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