SC hosts regulators and industry leaders at the inaugural GEMP Conference 2016

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The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) today hosted over 200 regulators and capital market industry leaders from 23 countries at the inaugural GEMP Conference 2016.

The conference kicked off the three-day Global Emerging Markets Programme (GEMP), themed ‘Risk and Vulnerability of Global Markets: Reinforcing Resilience in Emerging Markets’. The GEMP is a global platform for capital market regulators to exchange information and ideas to promote cross-border cooperation in developing, implementing and adhering to internationally recognised standards of regulation, market oversight and enforcement principles.

The GEMP builds upon the success of SC’s Emerging Markets Programme that was launched in 2001, and continues the latter’s tradition in offering emerging market regulators regulatory perspectives on issues affecting the global capital markets. Since its establishment, the Emerging Markets Programme had attracted over 500 regulators from close to 70 countries.

Dato’ Seri Ranjit Ajit Singh, SC Chairman delivered the opening remarks at the GEMP Conference which featured prominent speakers including Dr. Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group; Dr. Ulrich Zachau, Country Director, South East Asia, East Asia and Pacific Region of World Bank Group; Ian Johnston, Chief Executive of Dubai Financial Services Authority and Lito Camacho, Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse Asia Pacific.

The GEMP is organised by the Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC), the training and development arm of SC.



Members of the Media may contact the Corporate Affairs Department at 03-62048305 (Lau Mei San), 03-62048265 (Delyana Nordin), 03-62048242 (Mohamad Lutfi Hakim), or fax no.: 03-62015078 or e-mail: [email protected]

Background information:

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), a statutory body reporting to the Minister of Finance, was established under the Securities Commission Act 1993. It is the sole regulatory agency for the regulation and development of capital markets. The SC has direct responsibility for supervising and monitoring the activities of market institutions, including the exchanges and clearing houses, and regulating all persons licensed under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. More information about the SC is available on its website at Follow SC on twitter at @SecComMy for more updates.

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