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THESE are not quite bedtime reading, but the five guidelines released yesterday by Securities Commission (SC) and the listing requirements for Bursa Malaysia's brand new Main Market and ACE Market, should be on the must-read lists of stock market players.
StarBizweek hosted a roundtable at Invest Malaysia 2009 with captains of industries to gauge their views on the measures unveiled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the event as well as to pool their thoughts on what other issues need to be tackled as Malaysia takes the bold step to move towards a new economic model to raise the bar on the nation's growth.
PETALING JAYA: A higher listing cost on the ACE Market on Bursa Malaysia could deter listing candidates from entering the market, said KPMG Malaysia corporate finance executive director Emily Choo.
PETALING JAYA: The shorter trading halt period for stocks on Bursa Malaysia will improve trading efficiency and may encourage companies to dissiminate crucial time-sensitive information more effectively to the market.
Second-liners may hog the limelight for the rest of the week in the run-up to the merger between Bursa Malaysia's Main Board and the Second Board into a Main Market while the Mesdaq Board becomes known as the Ace Market.
PETALING JAYA: Groups representing small investors have raised concerns about the exchange's plans to cut down the minimum trading suspension period for companies making 'material announcements.'
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia said the new board structure encompassing the Main Market and ACE Market is on schedule for implementation on Aug 3.
Come Monday, a year-long of ideas, deliberations and consultations will culminate in the launch of the combined market and new facelift of Bursa Malaysia. This is the story of how it came about and what it means to investors.
Generally the aim is to provide greater certainty and efficiency in listing.
A NEW product usually injects excitement. It is no different with the introduction of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) in the capital market. This is made possible because of the Securities Commission's (SC) new guidelines on equity.