Our financial markets are progressive, stable, dynamic, and supported by continuous market development.
|Average Daily FX Volume
|Average Daily Bond Trading Volume
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|Dynamic Hedging Eligible Assets
|Dynamic Hedging Participants||113 Investors|
(Figures as at 30 June 2020)
Bank Negara Malaysia continually undertakes initiatives to broaden and deepen the Malaysian financial markets. With its multi-dimensional strategies and initiatives, Bank Negara Malaysia aims to reset the direction of the onshore market, strengthen the pillars of the onshore financial markets as well as enhance the market resiliency.
The Financial Markets Committee (FMC) has oversight on the development of the Malaysian financial markets. Malaysia also has specific policies and regulations pertaining to FX transactions that investors need to familiarize.
Yes, subject to approval. Investors may apply and justify to BNM.
Yes, with onshore banks or AOO (third-party FX).
Any document which proves holding of assets, payments, acquisitions & disposals, proof of accounts, etc.
No. Onshore banks / AOOs may exercise their own KYC process with reference to the Minimum Due Diligence guide.
Yes. As guided by onshore banks’ / AOOs' KYC processes.
There is no regulatory requirement of prefunding for any MYR financial instrument settlements.
Yes. The overdraft facility shall be solely for the purpose of mitigating settlement failure for ringgit securities and instruments due to inadvertent delay (system failure or payment glitch due to unplanned events) of payment by the non-resident with maximum tenure of 2 business days.
Such facility can be a pre-approved line offered by the onshore bank to the non-resident client based on its due diligence processes.
Yes, provided that it is in line with the licensed onshore bank's due diligence process.