How to Buy Bond And Sukuk From As Low As RM 1,000


However, Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) launched its seasoned bond framework which facilitates access for retail investors to purchase bonds & sukuk that were originally issued for institutional investor in the primary market. You can read more on the framework here but some of the highlights from the guideline are as below:
  1. Denominated in Ringgit Malaysia
  2. The bond must have a remaining tenure of more than 1 year
  3. The bond must have been issued for at least 1 year
  4. The bond must have a minimum credit rating of A (Read more about rating here)
In 2019, iFAST becomes Malaysia’s first retail bond eligible distributor in transacting bond and sukuk with retail investors. The names of distributors in the Eligible Distributors List here are approved by the Securities Commission Malaysia and will continue to be updated when new distributors come into the market. Investors can now find all the information needed in regard to Bond & Sukuk investing in Malaysia in one free website at Retail investors can now make an informed decision when investing in Bonds & Sukuk by using BIX Malaysia which centralized data from SC, Bank Negara Malaysia, Bursa Malaysia and other related parties.

Click this link or you can find it under the News & Announcement tab to start investing in bond & sukuk.  You can also read other articles to learn more before investing in Bond & Sukuk.
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