Malaysia's changing face

Structured products


Malaysia's financial supervisors are gradually easing regulatory restrictions on structured products with the aim of boosting interest in the country's structured products business. First off, the Securities Commission (SC) in May revised its guidelines to allow unit trust funds to invest in structured products, warrants and options. Then in October, the commission changed its guidelines on structured warrants to facilitate products based on foreign listed shares and indexes.

Structured unit

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