Past Other Regulatory Training Programs (2016)
11th Islamic Markets Programme (IMP), 15-17 August 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) hosted the 11th Islamic Markets Programme in Kuala Lumpur. Themed “Enhancing Sustainability of Global Businesses: Role of the Islamic Capital Market,” this annual programme explored revolutionary business ideas and best market practices, converging environmental, social, and governance values with Islamic principles.
This programme was presented in two parts:
- Global Islamic finance outlook
- Overview of the Islamic capital market in Malaysia
- Sustainable growth of the Islamic capital markets and ESG
- Challenges of global standards setting in ICM
Days 2 & 3:
- The Islamic capital market’s evolving products and services
- Role of industry, investors and regulators in driving the Environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda
- Future direction of Islamic capital markets
- Strengthening conventional risk management with ICM risk-sharing solutions
SIDC 2016 Global Emerging Markets Programme, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15-17 March 2016
The Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) hosted the 2016 Global Emerging Markets Programme on 15-17 March in Kuala Lumpur. Themed "Risk and Vulnerability of Global Markets: Reinforcing Resilience in Emerging Markets", the new international cross-border regulator-to-regulator (R2R) sharing programme was open to all capital market regulators from developed and emerging economies.
The programme was presented in two distinct parts:
Day 1 (High Level Conference for Leaders in Capital Markets)
A high level conference designed for both senior regulators and capital market business and professional leaders. It reviewed the global capital market outlook and highlighted potential vulnerabilities and challenges for both regulators and industry in building resilient regulatory environments that could facilitate and accelerate the continued development of emerging capital markets.
Day 2 & 3 (Senior Regulators Programme)
A programme designed for senior officials of capital market regulatory agencies. It focused on key regulator functions that dealt with new risk issues of emerging market regulators in building resilient and facilitative regulatory environments.