SC & ASB lead the way with the invested leadership programme

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has unveiled a groundbreaking initiative to revolutionise the capital market industry landscape! The highly anticipated InvestED Leadership Programme, launched under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim earlier this year, is set to become a cornerstone for nurturing fresh talent in the capital market.

Speaking at the commencement ceremony, the SC Chairman, Dato’ Seri Dr. Awang Adek Hussin, enthused that this game-changing endeavour marks a historic collaboration between the SC, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), the capital market industry, and universities. With an aim to build a sustainable pipeline of skilled professionals for the capital market, the program is expected to provide participating graduates with more than 200 job placements annually, including 150 permanent employment. It is hopeful to improve the knowledge and employability of 9,000 university graduates, especially for the capital market industry, over a span of 3 years.

The heart of the investED programme lies in its meticulously crafted curriculum. Developed in close partnership with the esteemed Asia School of Business (ASB), the programme offers a comprehensive and interactive one-month learning module. This module, hosted at ASB’s state-of-the-art campus in Kuala Lumpur, is designed to provide graduates with an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of the capital market. The response from the inaugural cohort has been overwhelming, with over 2,000 applications flooding in for a coveted spot in this transformative programme.

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