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  • Capital Markets and Services Act 2007

    Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 A reference in this Act to a person associated with another person shall be construed as a reference to– (a) the spouse, or any minor child (natural or adopted) or minor step child, of the person; (b) any employee or partner of the person; (c) another person in accordance ...

  • Capital Markets and Services Amendment 2010 A1370

    Capital Markets and Services Amendment 2010 A1370 The Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 , which is referred to as the ―principal Act in this Act, is amended in section 2— (a) by inserting after the definition of ―settlement the following ‖ definition: ―Shariah Advisory Council‖ means Shariah Advisory Council established under section 316A;...

  • Demutualisation Act

    Demutualisation Act Conversion to public company limited by shares The Exchange shall not apply to convert itself from a company limited by guarantee to a public company limited by shares unless the written approval of the Minister, on the recommendation of the Commission, is obtained....

  • Securities Commission Act

    Securities Commission Act IN exercise of the powers conferred by section 49 of the Securities Commission Act 1993 the Securities Commission, with the approval of the Minister, makes the following regulations: Citation and commencement 1. (1) These regulations may be cited as the Securities Commission (Shelf Registration Scheme for Debentures) Regulations 2000. (2) ...

  • Securities Industry Central Depositories Act 1991

    Securities Industry Central Depositories Act 1991 No person shall establish, maintain, operate or hold himself out as providing, maintaining or operating a system for the central handling of securities, whether or not listed on any stock exchange – (a) whereby all such securities are deposited with and held in custody by, or registered in the ...

  • Malaysia Currency and Exchange Control

    What is exchange control?   Malaysia Currency and Exchange Control comes in various forms imposed by the government to regulate the flow of money (foreign or local currency) in and out of the country. What are the purposes of exchange control?   Reasons for such control, although quite varied for different countries, are generally accepted that ...