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Securities Commission Malaysia


MAISARAH BT AMIL - 3008171468
Introduction of Securities Commission Malaysia
Established on 1 March 1993 under the Securities self Commission Act 1993, the SC is a self-
funding statutory body with investigative and enforcement powers. It reports to the Minister of
Finance and its accounts are tabled in Parliament annually. The SCs many regulatory functions
include :
Supervising exchanges, clearing houses and central depositories
Registering authority for prospectuses of corporations other than unlisted recreational clubs
Approving authority for corporate bond issues
Regulating all matters relating to securities and derivatives contracts
Regulating the take-over and mergers of companies
Regulating all matters relating to unit trust schemes
Licensing and supervising all licensed persons
Encouraging self-regulation
Ensuring proper conduct of market institutions and licensed persons
Securities Commission Objective

The SCs objective, as stated in its mission statement, is to promote

and maintain fair, efficient, secure and transparent securities and
futures markets and to facilitate the overall development of an
innovative and competitive capital market.

The SC administers the following acts :

Securities Commission Act 1993

Capital Markets and Services Act 2007
Securities Industry (Central Depositories) Act 1991
Organization Background
The Securities Commission Malaysia is a statutory body entrusted
with the responsibility of regulating and systematically
developing the Malaysia capital markets. It has direct
responsibility in supervising and monitoring the activities of
market institutions and regulating all person licensed under the
capital markets and service act 2007.
The SC was established on 1 march 1993.Prior to that,securities
regulation in Malaysia wa governed by companies act 1965 and
securities industry act 1973.Before sc was established few
agencies was overseeing the securities industry such as
MOF,KLSE,BNM,ETC.First sc dchairman dato Dr Mohd Munir Abdul
SCs Commission Members
Tan Sri Dato Seri Ranjit Ajit Singh chairman , securities commission Malaysia
Dato Ahmad Fairuz Zainol Abidin deputy chief executive, securities commission
Datuk Francis Tan Leh Kiah managing director, azman Davidson & co, advocates
& solicitors
Dato Gumuri Hussain Chairman, SME Bank (bank perusahaan kecil & sederhana
Malaysia bhd)
Fazlur Rahman Ebrahim managing director, prokhas sdn bhd
Tan Sri Mohamed Jawhar Hassan chairman, institute of strategic and
international studies(isis) Malaysia
Tan Sri Dato Hasmah Abdullah former director- general/ chief executive officer,
inland revenue board of Malaysia
Tan Sri Dr Madinah Mohamad - secretary general, ministry of education
Dato Dr Mohd Isa Hussain deputy secretary general (investment) ministry of