SC organises fun run for raising awareness on illegal investment


When contacted, Advancecon group chief executive officer Datuk Phum Ang Kia said it was unable to give a new date for the prospectus launch at this juncture, pending queries from the SC.

KUALA LUMPUR: Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is organising its inaugural ‘ScamBuster Run’ on Oct 15, 2017, in conjunction with the annual InvestSmart Fest 2017.
 
The 5km fun run, which is expected to draw participation of approximately 3,000 runners, will flag off at 7.30am at Kuala Lumpur City Centre from Jalan P Ramlee. Tengku Datin Paduka Setia Zatashah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah will be gracing and participating in the run.

Registration for the ScamBuster Run is now open to all Malaysians adults at RM40 and children between the ages of 7 to 12 years at RM20 through the InvestSmart website at www.investsmartsc.my.
 
While the ScamBuster Run is aimed at raising awareness amongst Malaysian on illegal investment schemes, as a charity run, all proceeds will be channelled to the National Kidney Foundation.
 
This year’s InvestSmart Fest, scheduled on Oct 13 to 15, 2017, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, will bring together over 60 capital market institutions including associations, industry players and relevant government agencies under one roof.  

Key sponsors for the include Bursa Malaysia Bhd, AmInvestment Bank, RHB Investment Bank, Permodalan Nasional Bhd and Federation of Investment Managers Malaysia. 

Admission to InvestSmart Fest is free.
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