ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) on Tuesday became the first-ever regulatory body and public sector organisation to enable the WeChat service.

The WeChat service will help Chinese investors in making informed decisions and easily incorporate companies in Pakistan. Through WeChat, users can instantly get information from SECP personnel regarding name availability and company incorporation in the Mandarin language.

The use of WeChat is already prevalent in jurisdictions including Singapore and Malaysia and it is making inroads into Europe and South America.

SECP’s WeChat Service will enable users to exchange messages, documents, images and payments for complete support and solution.

The service can be accessed at any time, on the stated number “03069365625” or WeChat ID “SECPAK’’ to directly connect with SECP facilitation officer.

Published in Dawn, August 3rd, 2022

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