An upper-middle-income country driven by religious values, Malaysia is fast becoming a hub for responsible investment. Its drive for innovation continues to underpin its emerging social investment market.

Dorothy Ching
AVPN Representative

Dorothy Ching

Membership Services Manager
Landscape Report

Social Investment Landscape in Malaysia

Malaysia has a nascent social entrepreneurship scene with about 100 social enterprises. Strong government support is spurring innovative approaches to building the social economy including the Social Outcome Fund and socially responsible sukuk. Download the report to access Malaysia’s social investment landscape.

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