In 1993, Malaysia established a Securities Commission to make the securities markets more secure and efficient, and to better control insider trading. This Article first presents an overview of the structure of the Securities Commission and the responsibilities of the various divisions and officers. Second, it reviews the common law and statutory law on which the Commission and other government agencies must rely to regulate the securities markets.
Mohd. I. Qureshi,
Regulatory Mechanisms of Securities Trading in Malaysia (with Special Reference to Insider Trading),
4 Pac. Rim L & Pol'y J.
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