Capital Market Laws of Malaysia is a practical guide on the legal and regulatory framework of the Malaysian capital market. It sets out a broad range of areas that are critical to how capital markets function. It covers the regulation of exchanges, including the governance framework of the exchange post demutualization and licencing framework such as obligations and responsibilities that are placed on licensed persons. These obligations are also important to financial institutions such as banks which carry out capital market activities, who, as registered persons are subject to certain fundamental investor protection provisions in the CMSA.
Contents: Chapter 1 - Regulating the Capital Market Chapter 2 - Introduction to the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 Chapter 3 - Securities and Future Markets Chapter 4 - Licensing of Intermediaries in the Capital Market Chapter 5 ? Conduct of Business and Client Asset Protection Chapter 6 ? Market Misconduct Chapter 7 ? Issues of Securities Chapter 8 ? Take-overs, Mergers and Compulsory Acquisitions Chapter 9 ? Corporate Governance Chapter 10 ? Administration of the CMSA