KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 9): The FundMyHome property platform will not be a monopoly of the newly-proposed home financing scheme sector, political secretary to Minister of Finance Tony Pua explained today. “Let me explain, FundMyHome is not a monopoly. The Securities Commission will regulate as more exchange platforms will come in, we are open to more coming in,” The Malay Mail reported Pua saying at a forum on Budget 2019 organised by AmBank here.

COMMENT | What the PM launched last Sunday and what the finance minister mentioned on Nov 2 are not the same.

FundMyHome scheme not a monopoly, says Pua

The political secretary to the finance minister says the main aspect of the scheme is to protect both house buyers and investors.

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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 9 — The unveiling of the FundMyHome peer-to-peer home ownership platform just two days after the Budget 2019 announcement opens the government to claims of cronyism, said Datuk A. Kadir Jasin. The prime minister’s media advisor writing in his personal capacity said he was not...