In his welcome remarks to the SCxSC Fintech Conference 2020, securities commission chairman Syed Zaid Albar talks about the success of alternative funding platforms, the increase in digital investment, and fascinating trends within the Malaysian fintech scene.
SC Malaysia chairman: Market digitisation, keeping up with tech advancement key for economic recovery
In a fireside chat at Invest Malaysia KL2020, the chairman of Malaysia’s Securities Commission highlights their efforts in relation to Covid-19 as well as how embracing technology will be important towards recovery.
A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Successfully attracts 96 investors to become Mystartr’s first-ever successful crowdfunding project.
Offerings must be ‘innovative’ and ‘meaningful’.
First company on pitchIN to accept crypto tokens as considerations in kind.
In 2018, a cryptocurrency trader was sued by two cryptocurrency-exchange related providers for the return of Bitcoins mistakenly transferred to him.
As the first company to be given full approval by the Malaysian Securities Commission, the London-based cryptocurrency exchange is now back to full operations in Malaysia, with added benefits.
StashAway Malaysia’s Wong Wai Ken on the company’s strategy and future plans.
US$604,305 invested in just eight days by 156 investors, largest investor to date commits US$120,861.