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SC Annual Report 2023
To promote and maintain fair, efficient, secure and transparent securities and derivatives markets and to facilitate the orderly development of an innovative and competitive capital market.
CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

2023 heralds the SC’s 30th anniversary, reflecting our maturity and resilience. With this, we remain committed to ensuring the continued vitality of the capital market, enhancing its efficiency, competitiveness, and accessibility for all.

Highlights 2023: Capital Market Performance
5-year performance (2019-2023)

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RM3.8
TRILLION
Total Capital Market Size
RM2.4
TRILLION
Total Islamic Capital Market Size
RM127.7
BILLION
Total Equity and Debt Fundraising
RM3.8
BILLION*
Total Alternative Fundraising
RM975.5
BILLION
Assets Under Management (AUM)
Note: * Based on CAGR.
RM905.5
billion
RM519.5
billion
RM4.8
billion
RM39.3
billion
Media Release
25 March 2024

The Malaysian capital market remained resilient in 2023, with the size of the market growing by 5.6% to RM3.8 trillion (2022: RM3.6 trillion), driven by the growth in total equity market capitalisation and bonds and sukuk outstanding.

Presentation Slides
25 March 2024

This presentation slide was shared during the media conference and provides an overview of the current market situation as well as the SC's priorities for 2024.

Capital Market Review and Outlook

The global economic landscape continued to experience considerable challenges in 2023, marked by persistent divergence in global growth and monetary policy expectations, coupled with escalating geopolitical tensions that contributed to overall volatility in global financial markets.

The global economic landscape continued to experience considerable challenges in 2023, marked by persistent divergence in global growth and monetary policy expectations, coupled with escalating geopolitical tensions that contributed to overall volatility in global financial markets. Domestically, growth of the Malaysian economy moderated but remained resilient, underpinned by sturdy domestic demand. Against the backdrop of heightened global challenges, the Malaysian capital market stayed orderly and continued to function effectively in financing economic activity and intermediating savings. Going forward, the Malaysian economy is expected to remain on a steady growth path in 2024, driven by continued private sector spending. Meanwhile, the domestic capital market is expected to remain stable, fair, and orderly, backed by sound economic fundamentals, ample domestic liquidity, and a supportive policy environment.

Regulatory Performance and Outcomes

The SC’s mission to promote and maintain a fair, efficient, secure and transparent capital market is operationalised through its regulatory functions, which consist of rulemaking, gatekeeping, surveillance, supervision, complaints handling and enforcement.

The SC’s mission to promote and maintain a fair, efficient, secure and transparent capital market is operationalised through its regulatory functions, which consist of rulemaking, gatekeeping, surveillance, supervision, complaints handling and enforcement. This chapter provides an account of the SC’s key regulatory activities in 2023, which were underpinned by proactive risk surveillance to identify priority areas and enable the SC to optimally focus its efforts and resources.

Strengthening the Sustainability and Competitiveness of the Capital Market

Efficient capital formation and mobilisation continue to be important drivers in strengthening the sustainability and competitiveness of the Malaysian capital market. Aligned with these objectives, the SC undertook various developmental initiatives spanning both the alternative and traditional markets.

Efficient capital formation and mobilisation continue to be important drivers in strengthening the sustainability and competitiveness of the Malaysian capital market. Aligned with these objectives, the SC undertook various developmental initiatives spanning both the alternative and traditional markets. These initiatives are specifically geared towards facilitating greater fundraising avenues, especially for MSMEs and mid-tier companies (MTCs) and strengthening the overall investment ecosystem. Key initiatives entailed forming partnerships with other government agencies, introducing innovative financial products and services, integrating new players into the market ecosystem and developing relevant talent pipeline.

In addition, the SC continued to drive the sustainability and corporate governance agenda, broaden and deepen the ICM as well as strengthen the fund management industry. The SC also strives to foster competitive markets and embrace innovation for greater growth. Globally, the SC aims to elevate the international profile of the Malaysian capital market and its regulatory framework.

Strategic Engagements with Stakeholders

The continuous development of the Malaysian capital market is an effort that requires strong synergies between multiple parties. In that spirit, the SC remains committed to strategic stakeholder engagements, ensuring an inclusive process whereby the needs and interests of all parties are considered when formulating policies and implementing developmental initiatives.

Throughout 2023, the SC actively engaged with a wide network of key stakeholders within Malaysia and beyond, encompassing market participants, financial intermediaries, industry associations, regulatory authorities, businesses, investors, government officials, standard setting bodies, general public and the media. A stakeholder mapping process was applied to categorise the needs of stakeholders, allowing the SC to engage with them appropriately as it strives to be facilitative and respond efficiently to their needs. The SC leveraged multiple platforms to carry out these engagements, ensuring consistent and constant communication with stakeholders via consultations, meetings, dialogues, and briefings, among others.

Indeed, it is the SC’s core belief that the formulation of facilitative and effective policies for the sustained growth of the domestic capital market as well as balanced regulation come only from a deep understanding of the industry and strong collaboration with all relevant stakeholders in the ecosystem.

Organisation Information


The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is a statutory body established under the Securities Commission Malaysia Act 1993 (SCMA) to regulate and develop the Malaysian capital market. The SC’s mission is to promote and maintain fair, efficient, and transparent securities and derivatives markets and to facilitate the orderly development of an innovative and competitive capital market.

It is committed to ensure investor protection, fair and orderly markets, and monitor, mitigate and manage systemic risks arising from the capital market. The SC’s responsibilities, powers, and authorities are clearly defined and transparently set out in securities laws, namely the SCMA, CMSA, and Securities Industry (Central Depositories) Act 1991 (SICDA).

Market Statistics


Market statistics on:

  • Corporate Proposals
  • Investment Management
  • Islamic Capital Market
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity
  • Equity Crowdfunding
  • Peer-to-Peer Financing
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations

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