Program

Forum on Regulatory Reform Responses to Economic Challenges

17 December 2015

The Royale Chulan Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Activities

Slides

Session 1: Sequencing and Phasing of Regulatory Reforms

This session will introduce and discuss selected countries’ experiences of regulatory reform to address economic challenges. Even though most ASEAN countries experienced the international economic challenges at the same time for instance, the scale of the impact and their ways of responding to the challenges have been quite varied. In this light, this session will provide a good opportunity for participants to share their own experiences with other countries.

Speakers:

  • Dr. Ponciano S. Intal, Jr.
    • Senior Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
  • Mr. Mark Steel,
    • Director, Regulatory Systems, Office of the Chief Executive, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, New Zealand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Session 2: Creating the Case for Long-term Regulatory Reform to Existing and Future Challenges

This session will introduce and discuss the case for long-term regulatory reform in the post-crisis context. Key topics to consider may include: how the impetus for change in the wake of the crisis was used to drive regulatory reform; how politicians nurtured consensus and ensured that reforms were as balanced as possible; and the appropriate timing and sequencing of various policy interventions, between short term fiscal stimulus packages and long term investments in regulatory reform.

Speakers:

  • Ms Diani  Sadiawati,
    • Director for Analysis of Law and Regulation, National Development and Planning Agency (Bappenas), Indonesia
  • Mr. Carlos Bernardo O. Abad Santos,
    • Director Governance Staff, National Economic and Development Agency (NEDA), Philippines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Session 3:  Recent Innovative Practices to Mitigate Economic Challenges

This session will introduce and discuss the most recent practices of selected countries in responding to economic challenges, focusing primarily on innovative practices for regulatory reform. 

Speakers:

  • Ms. Heesoon KIM,
    • Director, Regulatory Reform Policy Division, Regulatory Reform Office, Prime Minister’s Office,  Republic of Korea
  • YBhg. Dato’ Abdul Latif Hj Abu Seman,
    • Deputy Director General, Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC), Malaysia
  • Mr. Nguyen Hung Hue
    • Head of Division, Administrative Procedure Control Division, APCA, Ministry of Justice, Viet Nam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Program

Engagement Session with Regulatory Coordinators (RCs)

6-7 April 2016

Productivity Hall, MPC

 

 Updates on Good Regulatory Practice (GRP) Implementation in Malaysia pdf_icon

 

 

SESI PERKONGSIAN AMALAN BAIK PEMODENAN LESEN PERNIAGAAN
PIHAK BERKUASA TEMPATAN WILAYAH TENGAH

TARIKH: 1 SEPTEMBER 2016 (KHAMIS)

MASA: 8.30 PAGI – 1.00 TENGAHARI

TEMPAT: DEWAN PRODUKTIVITI, MPC PETALING JAYA

Aktiviti

Slide

 

Pembentangan 1 :

 

“Streamlining & Standardization” oleh MPC

 

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Pembentangan 2:

 

Impak Pelaksanaan Inisiatif Pemodenan Pelesenan Perniagaan oleh MD Raub

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Pembentangan 3:

 

Impak Pelaksanaan Inisiatif Pemodenan Pelesenan Perniagaan oleh MD Pekan

 

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Pembentangan 4 :

 

Prosedur Kelulusan Serta Merta oleh DBKL

 

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Pembentangan 5:

 

Automasi Proses Pelesenan oleh MP Kuantan

 

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SESI PERKONGSIAN AMALAN BAIK PEMODENAN LESEN PERNIAGAAN 
PIHAK BERKUASA TEMPATAN WILAYAH UTARA

TARIKH: 16 NOVEMBER 2016 (SELASA)

MASA: 8.30 PAGI – 1.00 TENGAHARI

TEMPAT: HOTEL GRAND ALORA, KEDAH

Aktiviti

Slide

 

Pembentangan 1 :

 

Menjayakan Transformasi Pelesenan Perniagaan

oleh En. Megat Akbaruddin Megat Ismail

 

 

 

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Pembentangan 2:

 

Sokongan Perlesenan oleh Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia

 

 

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Pembentangan 3:

 

Impak Pelaksanaan Inisiatif Pemodenan Pelesenan Perniagaan oleh MD Pekan

 

 

 

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Pembentangan 4 :

 

Prosedur Kelulusan Serta Merta oleh DBKL

 

 

 

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Engagement Session with Regulatory Coordinators (RC) on the Implementation of Good Regulatory Practice

Date: 17 April 2017(Monday)

Seminar Room 1&2, MITI

  
1.  Overview of Good Regulatory Practice by YBhg. Dato’ Ooi Say Chuan,  GRP Advisory Panel MPC               pdf_icon

2. Updates on GRP Performance by Hjh Roziana Hj Othman, Senior  Manager, Smart Regulation, MPC         pdf_icon               

 

Engagement Session with Regulatory Coordinators (RC) on the Implementation of Good Regulatory Practice

Date: 25&26 May 2017 (Thursday and Friday)

Melur Room, Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya

  
1.  Overview of Good Regulatory Practice by YBhg. Dato’ Ooi Say Chuan,  GRP Advisory Panel MPC               pdf_icon

2. Updates on GRP Performance by Hjh Roziana Hj Othman, Senior  Manager, Smart Regulation, MPC         pdf_icon               

 

 

GRP DAY : STRIVING TOWARDS CONDUCIVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT THROUGH GOOD
REGULATORY PRACTICE (GRP)
DATE : 29 AUGUST 2017 (TUESDAY)
TIME : 8.00 AM – 12.30 PM
VENUE : PERDANA HALL , MITI TOWER, JALAN SULTAN HAJI AHMAD SHAH,
KUALA LUMPUR

 

Sharing of Best Practices on Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) Implementation

by Dr. Adam Kwan,
Department of Veterinary Services (DVS),
Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Malaysia (MoA)