'Bursa Anywhere' allows individual investors to manage their share depository account on their cellphones.
Bursa Malaysia is proposing rule amendments to facilitate the introduction of new CDS eServices via 'Bursa Anywhere' - a new electronic platform.
Malaysia's Securities Commission has released guidelines for property crowdfunding, while also authorising new equity crowdfunding and P2P platforms.
The changes include enhanced repo market liquidity and flexibility, easier access to forex market, and an improved delivery mechanism for MGS futures settlements, among others.
The Securities Commission requires each capital market entity to have business continuity management arrangements as part of ensuring systemic resiliency of the capital market.
Working with bank stakeholders, Bursa Malaysia is developing Southeast Asia's first blockchain proof-of-concept for securities borrowing and lending.
Extradited from Malaysia, the former Goldman Sachs banker Roger Ng has pleaded not guilty to 1MDB-related charges in the US, and has been released under house arrest.
Starting today (29 April), securities trade on Bursa Malaysia will be executed on T+2 settlement, a move first proposed in March 2018.
Bursa Malaysia has issued new rule amendments to facilitate a move towards paperless record keeping and certificate issuance for the securities market.
Bursa Malaysia will migrate to T+2 settlement starting from 29 April, putting it in line with the financial markets of developed countries.