The Islamic Finance and Markets Review: Malaysia

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Malaysia has long been a proponent of Islamic finance, and the effects of such a stance reverberates across sectors. At SIDREC, the network of Members was expanded by the Securities Commission (“SC”) and Bank Negara Malaysia (“BNM”) in 2016 to include commercial and Islamic banks, and SIDREC counts Islamic capital market intermediaries amongst its Members as well. Published on the website The Law Reviews, the article, The Islamic Finance and Markets Review: Malaysia by Adnan, Sundra & Low discusses the local Islamic finance scene and graciously notes SIDREC as a mechanism advancing the national agenda.

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