Past Other Regulatory Training Programs (2017)
12th Islamic Markets Programme, 9-11 October 2017, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC Malaysia) and the Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) will be hosting the 12th Islamic Markets Program from 9-11 October 2017 in Kuala Lumpur. Themed “Promoting Social Enterprise And Responsible Finance: A New Agenda For The Islamic Capital Market”, this annual program aims to facilitate discussions on the challenges in promoting social enterprise and responsible finance domestically and internationally. In the course of the program, discussions will also explore and analyse Green bonds, Waqf, social enterprises, Islamic wealth management and the challenges of financial inclusion. The programme is open to IOSCO members and industry participants.
Further details of the programme is available here: http://www.sidc.com.my/professional-learning-development-solutions/training-programmes/islamic-markets-programme-(1)/12th-islamic-markets-programme
Alternatively, interested members may contact the Program Secretariat at email: email@example.com or tel: +603 6204 8664 / 8263 /8857 / 8705 for further details.
Global Emerging Markets Regulatory Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14-16 March 2017
The Global Emerging Markets (GEM) Regulatory Conference was the Securities Commission Malaysia’s annual flagship event which took place on 14 March 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Themed “Regulating in the New Abnormal”, the Conference gathered senior policy makers, regulators and market participants to discuss international regulatory and market developments, their implications, risks and opportunities, as well as key challenges to regulatory models. Further, on 15 and 16 March 2017, there was a closed-door regulators’ programme that focused on regulatory and supervisory issues, including leveraging on emerging technology, integrating behavioural economics in investor education and a discussion on enforcement strategies and challenges. The IOSCO Asia-Pacific Hub in Kuala Lumpur was launched in conjunction with the Conference.
The GEM Regulatory Conference and the closed door regulators’ programme featured a number of prominent policy makers, regulators and market experts on the following topics:
- Regulation in the New Abnormal
- Raising the Standards on Governance and Conduct
- Changing Market Structures and Implications to Regional Markets
- Fintech – Role of Regulation with Market Innovation
- Leveraging Behavioural Economics for Investor Empowerment
- Enforcement Strategies and Challenges
- Exchanges: Striking the Right Balance between Commercial and Regulatory Roles
- Effective Implementation of AML/CFT Risk-based Approach