SIDC provides high-calibre learning and development and end-to-end talent development solutions for clients and stakeholders by combining the best of innovative thought leadership, practical experience and exceptional talent. Our capabilities include:



SIDC’s successful projects include:


  1. Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad, Malaysia: Holistic review and recommendations for the “Seminar Pelaburan 360 Hari” campaign
  2. Bursa Malaysia: “Corporate Governance Statement Reporting” workshops and corporate governance seminars for directors and senior management of public-listed companies
  3. Institut Integriti Malaysia/Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM): Member of panel of consulting firms to advise companies that have signed the Corporate Integrity Pledge under the “Corporate Integrity System Malaysia (CISM)” government initiative
  4. Insititut Tadbiran Awam Negara/National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN): Three modules of the “Corporate Directors Leadership and Integrity” programme for directors of Federal and State Government-owned companies
  5. Maybank Investment Berhad, MIDF Amanah Investment Bank, Public Investment Bank, etc.: Customised training solutions for capital market intermediaries
  6. Securities Commission Malaysia (SC): Suite of investment education programmes for the SC’s InvestSmart initiative
  7. Securities Commission Malaysia (SC): Graduate development programmes for the SC’s GRP1000 initiative, i.e. the one-day GRP1000 Preparatory Programme and the comprehensive skills-based 24-day GRP1000 Training Programme
  8. Yayasan Peneraju Pendidikan Bumiputera (YPPB), Malaysia: Feasibility study, assessment centre and career progression and advancement programme proposal for YPPB’s capital market-related initiatives


  1. Asian Development Bank: Three-phased “Promoting An Interlinked ASEAN Capital Market: Regulation of Capital Markets” programme 
  2. Australian Treasury: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and East Asia Summit (EAS) capacity building programmes - in collaboration with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Treasury and AusAID
  3. Capital Market Authority (CMA), Kuwait: “Young Professionals Programme” for new CMA recruits
  4. Capital Market Authority (CMA), Saudi Arabia: Competency framework and succession planning - in collaboration with the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)
  5. Commodity and Futures Trading Supervisory Board of Indonesia (Bappebti): Derivatives market programme for regulators; licensing examination for intermediaries
  6. Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA), United Arab Emirates: Capital market regulation, Islamic capital market and enforcement programme
  7. Securities and Exchange Commission Office (SECO) Lao PDR: High-level technical consultation for Lao PDR’s Capital Market Blueprint
  8. Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC): Islamic capital market workshops for OIC member countries - in collaboration with the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)