Malaysia

Fasset partners MBSB to explore blockchain-powered Shariah-compliant banking solutions in Malaysia

United Arab Emirates (UAE)'s digital asset infrastructure provider Fasset has inked deal with Malaysian lender Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB) to explore blockchain-powered Shariah-compliant banking solutions in Malaysia.

Malaysia aims to create 900 startups by 2026 via AI Sandbox program

Malaysia aims to create 900 startups by 2026 via its artificial intelligence (AI) sandbox program.

Malaysia’s MYStartup, NEXEA shortlist 25 tech startups for third accelerator program

MYStartup, a national project initiated by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) in Malaysia and developed by Cradle Fund, has in partnership with NEXEA, a venture capital and startup accelerator firm, kicked off its third accelerator program by shortlisting a total of 25 promising tech startups.

Ant International to establish new digital business center in Malaysia

Ant International, a Singapore-headquartered digital payment and financial technology firm, has announced that it will establish a new digital business center in Malaysia, with a focus on tapping local tech talent to drive its global businesses.

Bursa Carbon Exchange expands to offer renewable energy certificates

Bursa Carbon Exchange (BCX), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bursa Malaysia Berhad (Bursa Malaysia), will be hosting its inaugural renewable energy certificates (RECs) auction on June 25, 2024.

Xsolla and Curine Ventures Officially Launch Xsolla Curine Academy in Kuala Lumpur

Xsolla, a global video game commerce company, in collaboration with Curine Ventures, a Malaysia-based venture builder that incubates and develops profitable startups in Southeast Asia and the Americas, have announced the official launch of the Xsolla Curine Academy (XCA) in Kuala Lumpur.

Bursa Malaysia announces collaboration with the UK government’s MOBILIST program

Bursa Malaysia Berhad has entered into a collaboration with the United Kingdom government’s Mobilizing Institutional Capital Through Listed Product Structures (MOBILIST) program to enable greater investment to support the energy transition and advance the United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Malaysia.

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Malaysia’s solar surge: From 4% to 58% by 2050, can the nation shine bright?

Achieving the full potential of solar energy in Malaysia requires collaborative efforts between the government, industry stakeholders, and local communities. By working together, #Malaysia can realize the numerous benefits of #SolarEnergy while addressing pressing environmental and economic challenges.

Malaysia’s Sunway inks TVET agreement with Ministry of Youth and Sports

Malaysia-based conglomerate Sunway and the National Youth Advance Skills Training Institute (IKTBN) in Dusun Tua, a public vocational school under the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Malaysia, have inked deal to foster closer cooperation focusing on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the fields of electrical and mechanical, and…

Analysts see renewable energy export a new growth driver for Malaysia

Analysts view the Malaysian government's move to set up an energy exchange platform to facilitate cross-border trading of renewable energy positively as it will boost the country's renewable energy industry.