Foreign Markets

Trading Sense: Trading on the
Bursa Malaysia

On the back of improved performance and increased interest in the Malaysia market recently, is it
time to trade on the Bursa Malaysia? Are you ready to jump on the bandwagon?

Join us to find out more about the key things that you need to note when trading on the Bursa Malaysia and
some market updates, with a focus on small and mid-cap stocks.

Important Notes for Seminars

Important Notes for Seminars

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Trading Opportunities in the Malaysian Market

Chan Ken Yew
Head of Research, Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad

  • Market outlook and commentary
  • Stock picks

Holding a Master of Finance from RMIT University, Australia, and a Master of Economics from University of Malaya, Malaysia, Mr. Chan Ken Yew is currently the Head of Research at Kenanga Investment Bank where he analyses the overall equity market direction and macro-economic condition.


Prior to his current work, he has held positions as the Head of Research at MIMB Investment Bank as well as Vice President at OSK Ventures International (“OSKVI”). Before joining OSKVI, Mr. Chan was also a Senior Analyst in OSK Research, accumulating more than 10 years of experience in the equity market.


With his expertise, Mr Chan has earned multiple rewards:

In 2009, he was ranked one of the Top 3 banking analysts in Pan-Asia by Financial Times & Starmine as well as Top 10 Overall Stock Picker in Asia.

In 2008, he ranked third in The Edge-Starmine’s Industry Stock Pickers Award for the financial industry in Malaysia.

In 2005, he ranked third in the Business Times (Singapore) Starmine’s Industry Earnings Estimators Award for the Singapore/Malaysia region.

In 2004, he was rated the Second Best Property Analyst by The Edge Malaysia.


Mr Chan is additionally qualified with a Bachelor of Property Management from University of Malaya, Malaysia and diplomas in Investment Analysis and Technical Analysis with RMIT University and Securities Institute of Australia respectively.

    Useful information for trading on the Bursa Malaysia

    Roland Go
    OCBC Securities Central Execution

    • Documents you would require
    • Tips on things to note when submitting your orders
    • Some market mechanisms

    Dinner will be provided.

      Join us for the workshop

      22 June 2017

      6.30pm - 8.00pm

      Seats are limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Click on the Register link to access the Eventbrite Registration site, a third party website. Click here to view the terms of use.


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