Bursa Malaysia has embarked an on aggressive plan to grow its derivatives market by 40% this year, introducing new fee structures to accelerate the use of the investment product. Aside from its drive to boost the liquidity of the market, the move by Bursa Malaysia will also align its practices with other markets around the region and increase its pricing competitiveness.
The new derivatives fee structure will take effect from 1 April and will cover the KLCI futures contract FKLI and the crude palm oil futures contract FCPO. On top of that, the new rules will also apply to the exchangeÆs range of financial derivatives futures contracts.
Under the new fee structure, the exchange...
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