Strong interest in P2P platform


The Securities Commission on Thursday listed an extra set of rules for SRI sukuk, in addition to the existing guidelines on all sukuk. SRI sukuk may be used to finance projects that conserve energy, use renewable energy such as wind and solar, build public hospitals, schools or affordable housing, and develop awqaf properties.

PETALING JAYA: A significant number of parties are scurrying to submit their applications to run peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms, the latest in financial technology (fintech) initiatives being carried out by the Securities Commission (SC).

Industry sources said these include some large corporates, financial institutions, tycoons and technology entrepreneurs.

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