Bursa Malaysia Launches “Kempen Saham Aidilfitri 2022”

 Bursa Malaysia Bhd recently launched the Kempen Saham Aidilfitri 2022, an initiative under the Invest Shariah Retail Campaign that aims to increase awareness and trading activity of Shariah listed shares and investment products on Bursa Malaysia – i, the world’s first end-to-end Shariah compliant securities trading and investing platform.

“Kempen Saham Aidilfitri is one of the many initiatives under the Invest Shariah Retail Programme that aims to attract retail investors to trade Shariah-compliant products on Bursa Malaysia’s end-to-end Shariah-compliant securities trading platform,” said Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift, Chief Executive Officer of Bursa Malaysia.

 “There are currently more than 760 Shariah-compliant securities listed on the Exchange for investors to choose from. As an added incentive to raise awareness about these Shariah products, services, and platforms available on the Exchange, we are offering our investors a chance to win up to RM35,500 worth of Harvey Norman e-vouchers by opening a Shariah trading account and trading with our participating Islamic brokers between 1 April and 30 June 2022.”

This campaign is supported by seven participating brokers who offer Islamic stockbroking services, namely Affin Hwang Investment Bank Bhd, AmInvestment Bank Bhd, CGS-CIMB Securities Sdn Bhd, Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd, Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd, RHB Investment Bank Bhd and UOB Kay Hian Securities (M) Sdn Bhd.

In the effort to increase trading activity on Bursa Malaysia-i, the campaign will also recognise traders in the following categories: 1. Overall Highest Total Traded Value (“TTV”); 2. Highest TTV in Shariah-compliant ETFs (“i-ETFs”); 3. Highest TTV in Shariah-compliant REITs (“i-REITs”); 4 Highest TTV in Shariah-compliant ETBS; and 5. Women Participating Retail Investors with Highest TTV.

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