Bilateral cooperation

In a fast-moving world economy, where cross-border financial activity is escalating, the financial services industry makes international cooperation between supervisory authorities increasingly important.  As part of its strategic objectives, FRC strives for development of regional financial integration -with better interconnectedness - and aims to align its strategies and approaches with those of advanced markets. Bilateral and multilateral collaborations contribute to regional financial integration, and to more efficient and sustainable markets. Cooperation facilitates the sharing of best practices and expertise; so often crucial to effective supervision. Also important is the role of global standard-setting organizations, so the FRC actively engages with international organizations and regulators; seeking to advance towards international standards in all activities within its remit.

    List of MoUs, Agreements

Date

Institution

Type

Country

Content of agreement

24 Jan 2008

China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC)

MoU

China

 

25 Sep 2009

Agency of Kazakhstan on Regulation and Supervision of Financial Market and Financial Organizations (AFN)

MMoU

Kazakhstan

 

13 Oct 2010

Financial Services Commission (FSC)

MoU

Republic of Korea

 

21 Oct 2010

Polish Financial Supervision Authority (UKNF)

Agreement

Poland

 

11 Oct 2013

Securities and Futures Commission (SFC)

MoU

Hong Kong

 

18 Jun 2014

International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO)

MMoU

International

 

28 Mar 2017

Financial Services Agency (FSA)

EoL

Japan

 

1 Nov 2017

15 Jan 2019

CFA Institute Global Scholarship

Agreement

 

 

 

 

 

 

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