On November 17, Governor Muhammad bin Ibrahim of Bank Negara Malaysia, FCB launched the newly enhanced Pasaran Kewangan Malaysia Certificate at the ACI-FMAM Annual Dinner held at Hotel Istana.

The Certification which is jointly developed by both organisations, is a professional requirement established by ACI-FMAM for dealers and brokers employed in licensed financial institutions and money broking firms. It aims to ensure that the Malaysian financial markets possess competent and proficient practitioners with the highest standards of professionalism and integrity in order to ensure that the industry grows in an orderly manner. The Certification is now seen as an industry standard and in the last decade, the number of graduates for this certification has also steadily increased to 2062.

More than 1,000 traders, brokers and bankers who are members of FMAM and AICB attended the event.

 

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