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Securities Commission Malaysia Hosted the Sixth Edition of the SCxSC Fintech Conference on Oct 22

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)  hosted the sixth edition of the SCxSC Fintech Conference on October 22, an event aimed at helping to scale up the nation’s Fintech industry.  Notably, Malaysia’s Fintech sector has seen several new players enter its ecosystem, following the regulatory agency’s… Read More

The Securities Commission Malaysia Approves EdgeProp as First Property Crowdfunding Platform in Malaysia

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has registered EdgeProp Sdn Bhd as the first “Recognised Market Operator” to establish and operate a property crowdfunding platform in Malaysia. EdgeProp was granted an approval in principle in September 2019. EdgeProp currently provides a portfolio of services for the… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Issues Another Warning for Investors in Unauthorized ICOs and Digital Asset Exchanges

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is out with another warning cautioning investors about initial coin offerings and digital asset exchanges which have not been authorized. The SC says they have seen an increase in both complaints and queries from the public about these crypto offerings…. Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Promotes Financing Opportunities for Small Business Including Crowdfunding, P2P Lending

Capital Markets Malaysia, an affiliate of the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), hosted an event to generate greater awareness of capital raising and investment opportunities in the Malaysian capital market. The target audience was micro, small-and-medium enterprises (MSMEs); and entrepreneurs. The half-day forum focused on how… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Approves Three Digital Asset Exchanges

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has approved three digital asset exchanges as “Recognized Market Operators” (RMOs) to establish and operate digital asset exchanges (DAX) in Malaysia. Malaysia is known for its support of Fintech innovation in general and recently updated online capital formation rules to… Read More

Malaysia Updates Crowdfunding Framework, Securities Commission Malaysia Affirms its Support for Fintech

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has updated crowdfunding rules to better fit the emerging market of online capital formation while announcing the approval of multiple new platforms targeting different sectors of digital finance. During a routable organized by the SC which included the participation of… Read More

Consultation: Malaysia Seeks Feedback on Proposed ICO Framework

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has published a consultation on a framework for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). The SC is one of many financial regulators that are seeking to better understand digital assets while investigating potential regulatory environments to create an effective ecosystem. The SC… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Discusses 2018 Annual Report & Plans for Capital Market Ecosystem, Alternative Funding Raises USD $197.7 Million

According to the Securities Commission Malaysia in conjunction with the release of its 2018 Annual Report, the Malaysian capital market continued to play a key role in financing the economy against a backdrop of challenging global market conditions. “Though occasionally tempered by uncertainties stemming from rising… Read More

SCxSC Fintech Conference 2018 – Kuala Lumpur

SCxSC Fintech Conference 2018 (SCxSC 2018) is Securities Commission Malaysia’s annual fintech event, an interactive platform for discussions and exploration of new and evolving digital trends. The focus of SCxSC 2018 is on the underlying technologies powering Fintech products and services in the capital market… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Orders Immediate Halt to LavidaCoin Initial Coin Offering

Following a notice from Securities Commission Malaysia last week that LavidaCoin may be in breach of securities law, the Commission has issued a notice for LavidaCoin to immediately halt the initial coin offering (ICO). Securities Commission Malaysia stated the promoter must cease all activities regarding… Read More

Brief: Securities Commission Malaysia Tells Lendingstar to Cease All Activities Immediately

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has directed Lendingstar Malaysia Sdn Bhd to cease all its activities, pronto, effective today. The SC directive was initially issued on 23 July 2018 after an inquiry found that Lendingstar is not registered to operate a recognized market and is providing… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Invites Applications for Crowdfunding and Peer to Peer Lending Operators

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is inviting interested parties to apply to operate investment crowdfunding platforms and peer to peer lending sites. SC states that applicants may submit their applications for registration now with a deadline of September 7th, 2018. As at June 2018, the… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Shuts Down CopyCash Foundation Initial Coin Offering

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has issued a cease and desist (C&D) order to CopyCash Foundation. The C&D was in regards to a scheduled initial coin offering (ICO) launching on January 10, 2018. SC issued a warning this week to investors regarding the CopyCashCoin ICO. Company… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Warns Investors on ICOs, Calls in CopyCashCoin Executives Prior to Public Token Offering

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) says it has noticed an increase in initial coin offerings (ICOs) and the solicitation of the general public – including senior citizens. The cautionary statement by the SC was apparently cased by the forthcoming CopyCashCoin ICO that is scheduled to… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia: Equity Crowdfunding, P2P Lending & DLT Gaining Traction as it Embraces Digital Innovation

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) says it continues to lead digital innovation in finance with significant progress reported on major Fintech markets initiatives. At its flagship Fintech event, SCxSC Digital Finance Conference 2017, SC Chairman Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh in his speech delivered to attendees… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Comments on Fintech Bridges

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has released a statement on the recently signed cooperation agreements with major financial centers. These “Fintech bridges” are described as a move to spur greater cooperation in facilitating and regulating innovations emerging within the digital finance industry. Recently, SC has established… Read More

Here is the Warning from Securities Commission Malaysia on ICOs

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), a regulatory body that has been quite forward thinking when it comes to Fintech innovation, has published a statement on Initial Coin Offerings or ICOs. SC cautions investors on participating in ICOs or token sales noting that some may be securities,… Read More

Securities Commission Malaysia Inks Innovation Cooperation Agreement With Austrian Securities and Investments Commission to Establish Fintech Bridge

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) announced on Thursday it entered into an Innovation Cooperation Agreement with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to further promote innovation in fintech services in their markets.  SC Chairman Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh notably signed the agreement with the ASIC… Read More

Malaysia: ASEAN’s First Country to Regulate P2P Financing

Malaysia’s Securities Commission (SC) announced last month that six P2P platforms were registered and would continue to be overseen by the Government of Malaysia, making Malaysia the first ASEAN country to regulate P2P financing.  The six platforms include B2B FinPAL, Ethis Kapital, FundedByMe Malaysia, ManagePay Services, Modalku Ventures,… Read More

Crowdo Sets Regional Crowdfunding Record, Touts New MAS License

Crowdo, a South East Asian crowdfunding platform, announced today that it has received its provisional Capital Market Services (“CMS”) License from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”). The CMS license will allow Crowdo to offer both equity crowdfunding and peer to business (P2B) lending solutions in Singapore, noted… Read More

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