ICA sets up office in Malaysia


KUALA LUMPUR: The International Compliance Association (ICA) has set up an office in Malaysia to grow its global compliance community.

In a statement yesterday, regional director Andrew Glover said the local ICA office would boost the demonstrable level of professionalism among compliance officers in Malaysia.

“This, coupled with ICA’s work with key stakeholders in the region, will assist Malaysia in driving the financial community towards greater transparency and accountability and thus strengthen the value of the Malaysian financial market,” he said.

Through its local industry partners, ICA provides training that not only covers global initiatives and requirements, but it is also specifically tailored to local rules, regulations and guidance. — Bernama

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