Green Infrastructure Finance Sector to Attract More Investments in Malaysia

Updated on Tuesday 15th May 2018

Green infrastructure finance is seen as a key component that will attract investment capital related to the sustainable development of the region. According to the representative of the Securities Commission Malaysia, 2018 is expected to be a year that which will bring more investments, following the sukuk issuance, which is a type of investment certificate established under the Islamic finance regulations. Our team of specialists in company formation in Malaysia can advise on the main investment rules established under the Sharia law.
 

Sukuk issuance in Malaysia  
 

Being an Islamic country, Malaysia applies investment regulations that are created to accommodate the requirements of the businessmen who follow the Sharia law. In this sense, sukuk is one of the investment tools addressed to such investors, and the term designates a type of bond that can generate returns within the scope of Sharia law, which does not allow the payment of interest. Investors who want to open a company in Malaysia should know that sukuk is a type of investment tool that is usually employed for the development of infrastructure capital
 

Green technology in Malaysia   
 

Investments in green technology are growing at a global level, as well as in Malaysia. This field of activity falls under the supervision of the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water of Malaysia
 
Green technology in Malaysia takes into consideration the following:
 
the network of natural and semi-natural areas;
features in rural and urban regions;
terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine regions
 
Those who want to invest in this sector must know that the local government is committed to providing suitable incentives that can increase the activities related to green technology. Under the Green Technology Master Plan, Malaysia wants to create a sustainable economy, based on low-carbon footprint. Our team of consultants in company registration in Malaysia can provide further information related to this program. 
 
Businessmen are invited to contact our team of specialists for consultancy services concerning the registration of a company operating in the green industry