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Special Report - Malaysia: Regulation


Malaysia is one of the fastest growing structured product markets in the Asia-Pacific region. The volume of approved issuances of non-Islamic conventional structured products quadrupled from Rm20.9 billion ($6.4 billion) in 2006 to Rm80.2 billion last year, according to the country's Securities Commission (SC). The market has also seen strong growth in structured deposits, structured unit trusts and insurance-linked products, say dealers.

The scale of growth has led to intense competition among

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