Central Banking

Bank Negara Malaysia looks to boost bond market risk management

Bank Negara Malaysia’s financial markets committee hosted a roundtable earlier this month

Bank Negara Malaysia has highlighted the need for an “enhanced surveillance mechanism”, as part of efforts to improve the functioning of the nation’s bond markets.

The central bank’s financial markets committee hosted a roundtable earlier this month with various bond market participants to assess recent progress and discuss further development initiatives.

“The next phase of development of the onshore bond market requires support and commitment from issuers, investors and market-makers to

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