Malaysia has long been a proponent of Islamic finance, and the effects of such a stance reverberates across sectors. At SIDREC, the network of Members was expanded by the Securities Commission (“SC”) and Bank Negara Malaysia (“BNM”) in 2016 to include commercial and Islamic banks, and SIDREC counts Islamic capital market intermediaries amongst its Members […]
Although litigation is by far the go-to method of dispute resolution, there exists a legislative push for settlements, as recorded in the Rules of Court 2012. As an avenue for alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”), SIDREC plays a potentially pivotal role in supporting this legislative agenda. Published on the website The Law Reviews, the article, The […]
In our previous article SIDREC to Capital Market Investors: We’ve Got Your Back! (Part 1), Sujatha Sekhar Naik, CEO of SIDREC talked about the scope of services that SIDREC provides, and the types of cases and monetary claims and limitations when coming to SIDREC for dispute resolution.
Sujatha Sekhar Naik, CEO of SIDREC sat down with Smart Investor’s editor Priya Rama recently to share how SIDREC can help investors resolve disputes related to capital market investments in Malaysia.
Guide for investors on unit trust sales practices – Excerpt from The Reporter by Securities Commission Malaysia
While stories of cheating abound in social media, protecting yourself from scams and fraudsters is easier than you think.
SIDREC was established by Securities Commissions Malaysia under the Capital Markets and Services (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2010 to provide an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) avenue for the investing public to resolve their investment disputes involving monetary claims with licensed and registered capital market service providers (CMSPs).
Many who invest in the capital markets think the only solution when they have problems with their bank, broker, fund manager or their agent, is to file a lawsuit.