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FACTORS that will support Bursa Malaysia, including large initial public offerings that were previously deferred, will provide opportunities for investors to return to the market.
Malaysia’s leadership in the palm oil suite of capital market offerings is, among others, a potential strong catalyst for growth.
“We will step up efforts to engage investors to highlight the resilience, diversity and quality of our companies and other product offerings,” said Bursa Malaysia.
This is via its flagship events that include Invest Malaysia and the virtual palm oil conference.
Bursa Malaysia, which is expected to see lower trading volume on higher stamp duty rates and the Cukai Makmur, will develop other products and activities to make up for any potential loss in income.
Bursa Malaysia sees potential in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) where stamp duty is exempted until Dec 31, 2025.
The exchange also plans to focus on products that cater to syariah and socially responsible investors.
For its derivatives business, it aims to diversify into other commodities including soybean oil futures and introduce new financial/equity derivatives.
Building on its data analytics business, the exchange will introduce new products and services to enhance its data offerings/solutions.
The shift towards ethical or value-based investing globally augurs well for Bursa Malaysia’s prospects.
“The convergence of sustainability, responsible investing and syariah investing, is expected to deepen our competitive edge, and make our offerings highly relevant to investors around the world,’’ said Bursa Malaysia.
Being a country with diverse economic activities and positive growth prospects, there is always something unique that Malaysia’s capital markets can offer.
For instance, Bursa Malaysia leads in the Islamic capital market space with a strong potential to grow further; about 77% of its listed stocks are syariah-compliant, and almost 40% of its ETFs are syariah-compliant.Ongoing efforts to digitalise its services, liberalise the regulatory framework, where relevant, and widen its products and services have also allowed Bursa Malaysia to capitalise on new opportunities and stimulate long term interest in Malaysia’s markets.
The exchange continues to work closely with regulators to ensure market efficiency and improve market accessibility and liquidity, to support participants during these challenging times.
The recently announced public listed companies (PLC) transformation programme will provide further guidance to PLCs in terms of their corporate performance.