In conjunction with the opening of POC2018,
Bursa Malaysia has introduced new enhancements to further strengthen Crude Palm Oil Futures Contract (“FCPO”). These enhancements to the FCPO contract specification, effective since 26 February 2018, are as follows:
The Securities Commission Malaysia, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance the ASEAN Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) Framework.
The ASEAN CIS framework enables fund managers operating in one jurisdiction to offer funds constituted and approved in that jurisdiction to retail investors in the other two jurisdictions under a streamlined authorisation process.
The local banking industry lauded the soon-to-be established Malaysia-Singapore Connect, as announced by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak at the World Market Capital Symposium yesterday.
Najib announced the establishment of the Malaysia-Singapore Connect, which will enable stock market investors from each country to trade in the other,seamlessly and enable investors from both countries to access into a market capitalisation (market cap) of over US$1.2 trillion, through over 1,600 public listed companies.