Securities Commission Malaysia
Securities Commission Malaysia on Dec 1 signs a MoU with Mimos to jointly develop a capital market advanced analytics platform.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) announced the six registered P2P financing platform operators in the country. How will this benefit the country? DNA's Goh Thean Eu reports.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), which led the way for legalising equity crowdfunding (ECF) in the region, has now announced the regulatory framework for peer-to-peer (P2P) financing.
Securities Commission Malaysia has published a consultation paper seeking public feedback on the proposed regulatory framework relating to the management of cybersecurity risk by capital market participants.
Malaysia’s crowdfunding pioneer pitchIN has launched its equity crowdfunding (ECF) platform, with the first campaigns slated to go live in mid-April.
Fintech players should be cautious, because the increasing digitalisation of the financial services industry brings with it an extra element of risk, warned the Securities Commission Malaysia.
An equity crowdfunding platform that brings good companies to investors who wish to support those doing things right – that’s what Ata Plus hopes to be known as.
The CrowdPlus.asia equity crowdfunding platform has been launched across five Asian markets, with its operator describing ECF as an alternative, if not downright disruptive, avenue for startups and SMEs to raise funds.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has announced the approval of six registered equity crowdfunding platforms, giving small businesses and entrepreneurs greater access to capital.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) said that operators interested in establishing and operating an equity crowdfunding (ECF) or Shariah-compliant ECF platform can now submit their application.