Bursa Malaysia


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Bursa Malaysia

A holding company that operates a number of exchanges in Malaysia. It was established in 1964.
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DATUK SERI TAJUDDIN ATAN, Chief Executive Officer of Bursa Malaysia
In doing so, we hope to position Malaysia as the pre-eminent marketplace for Islamic based financial offerings and Shariah investing," said Bursa Malaysia CEO Tajuddin Atan at the launch.
Continuous effort and support from various stakeholders such as Islamic Participating Organisations (Islamic POs), Regulators, Public Listed Companies, Investment Banks, Shari'ah Advisers and Islamic Fund Managers are essential to further develop and mainstream the Bursa Malaysia Shari'ah-compliant platform ," Datuk Johari said.
Bursa Malaysia is an approved exchange holding company.
He noted that Malaysian companies had successfully "Aseanised", if not internationalized, with the 30-member FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI companies now generating 45% of their revenue from overseas.
The acquisition took place in the context of the delisting of Latexx from Bursa Malaysia and the related exit offer for all outstanding shares and warrants.
The company respects and will adhere to the employer's decision," it said in a filing to Bursa Malaysia.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Apr 1, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - At the 18th ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting held here today the seven CEOs of ASEAN Exchanges announced the next rollout phase of Invest ASEAN 2013 following the success of its debut rollout, which was held this year at the three connected exchanges of the ASEAN Trading Link - The Stock Exchange of Thailand on 12th January, Singapore Exchange on 2nd February and Bursa Malaysia on 2nd March.
On Tuesday, Bursa Malaysia and Singapore Exchange linked their trading through the ASEAN Trading Link program, with the Stock Exchange of Thailand set to join the live link program next month.
Multi-asset algorithmic trading systems FlexTrade Systems announced on Tuesday that Malaysian investment bank AmInvestment Bank has selected Mottai, a web-based broker trading platform, to replace Winscore, its current front-end solution which is being phased out by Bursa Malaysia.
Bursa Malaysia has a domestic market capitalisation of US$286.
4 million) in October, with the institutional portion 27 times oversubscribed, partly reflecting a shortage of stock on Bursa Malaysia, which the Petronas offerings are intended to help rectify.