SC unveils measures to attract foreign investors

The SC is also working to speed up the initial public offering process and reduce time-to-market to ensure Malaysia’s competitiveness and attractiveness.

PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) has announced several capital market initiatives in an effort to boost market vibrancy and enhance investor access to the country’s capital market.

This includes automatic promotion of eligible public limited companies from the ACE to the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia, stamp duty reduction, enabling fractional share trading by investors through stockbrokers and introducing the Foreign Exempt Scheme (FES) framework.

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