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Organizations Country Site Description
AFZ - Ajman Free zone ALBANIA www.arif.ch best forex organization
ARIF - Association Romande Des Intermediaires BENIN www.arif.ch Founded in Geneva on March 15th 1999, ARIF is a private non-profit association of public utility, whose purpose is to assist in the prevention of and the fight against money laundering in relation with the Swiss Federal Act on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the Financial Sector (MLA). In 2009, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) has recognized the self-regulatory provisions of ARIF (Code of deontology) for independent asset managers. ARIF is a self-regulatory organism (SRO) recognized by the Swiss Federal State according to Article 24 of the MLA. As unique multidisciplinary SRO based in the French speaking part of Switzerland, ARIF is independent from any professional association or political body. ARIF currently has more than 490 members and is open to any non-banking financial intermediary acting in Switzerland.
ASIC - Australian Securities & Investments commission CONGO www.asic.gov.au The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia's corporate regulator. ASIC's role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC was originally formed as the Australian Securities Commission (ASC), which came into being on 1 January 1991 in accordance with the ASIC Act 1989. The purpose of ASC was to unify corporate regulators around Australia by replacing the National Companies and Securities Commission and the Corporate Affairs offices of the states and territories. The corporate regulator became the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) on 1 July 1998, when it also became responsible for consumer protection in superannuation, insurance, deposit taking and, from 2002, credit. ASIC's areas of responsibility include; • corporate governance • finance • derivative securities • insurance
BaFin - Bundesanstalt fĂĽr Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht BOUVET ISLAND www.bafin.de Since it was established in May 2002, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt fĂĽr Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht - known as BaFin for short) has brought the supervision of banks and financial services providers, insurance undertakings and securities trading under one roof. BaFin is an independent public-law institution and is subject to the legal and technical oversight of the Federal Ministry of Finance. It is funded by fees and contributions from the institutions and undertakings that it supervises. It is therefore independent of the Federal Budget. Functions BaFin operates in the public interest. Its primary objective is to ensure the proper functioning, stability and integrity of the German financial system. Bank customers, insurance policyholders and investors ought to be able to trust the financial system.
CBFA - Commission Bancaire Financiere Et des Assurances BARBADOS google.com best forex organization
CCCI- Cyprus Chamber of Commerce & Industry EQUATORIAL GUINEA www.ccci.org.cy The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a private corporate body functioning under special law and is financially independent, free of any influence by the state. The Chamber is funded by its members' subscription fees and through income generated from a number of services it provides. The CCCI is the union of Cypriot businessmen, the interests of whom it promotes by submitting to the government and the Parliament the members' positions on matters in which they are involved, while, through its participation in tripartite bodies and committees, it conveys and promotes the views of the business community. The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded in 1927 and in 1963, a new structure was adopted, which remains in operation to date, under the name of: "Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry". The CCCI is the federation of the local Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCIs) which operate in Nicosia, Limassol, Famagusta, Larnaca and Paphos. The local CCIs have a geographical coverage of their respective districts. The Nicosia CCI covers also the districts of Kyrenia and Morphou. The membership of the CCCI exceeds 8,000 enterprises from the whole spectrum of business activity. Affiliated to it are more than 140 Professional Associations from the trade, industry and services sectors.
CCSF - Commission De Surveillance Du Secteur Financier Luxembourg BELARUS www.cssf.lu The CSSF has established internal committees for consultative purposes, which consists of experts in the fields concerned. The members of these Committees represent the companies subject to the prudential supervision of the CSSF, professional associations representing the various segments of the financial sector as well as external auditors and legal advisers active in the financial field.
CFB - Swiss Federal Banking Commission BRUNEI DARUSSALAM google.com The SFBC is an administrative authority of the Confederation which is independent of the individual directives of the Federal Council and is not a part of central government administration. Administratively, however, it is simply integrated within the Federal Department of Finance . The supervision of those parts of the financial sector over which it has authority is assumed by the SFBC on an independent basis. Historically the authority responsible for supervising the banking sector, the SFBC has with time developed into a supervisory authority responsible for broad areas of the financial sector. At present, it assumes, on an independent basis, the following tasks: • Supervision of banks and securities dealers • Supervision of audit firms as far as they verify banks, securities dealers, fund management companies, investment companies with variable capital, investment companies with fixed capital, limited partnerships for collective investments, asset managers of collective investments, representatives of foreign collective investment schemes and investment funds • Supervision of collective investment schemes • Supervision of mortgage bond business • Supervision of stock exchanges and markets • Disclosure of shareholdings and public takeover bids for listed companies • Supervision of banks, securities dealers, fund management companies, investment companies with variable capital, investment companies with fixed capital, limited partnerships for collective investments and asset managers of collective investments in matters of money laundering • Decisions about bankruptcy and restructuring of banks and securities dealers In addition to its core duties of supervision, the SFBC is also active in other areas that relate to Switzerland as a financial centre. It is, therefore, in constant contact with the Federal Department of Finance and the Swiss National Bank. In addition, it maintains regular contact with various associations, primarily the Swiss Bankers Association, the Swiss Funds Association and the Swiss Institute of Certified Accountants and Tax Consultants.
CFTC - Commodity Futures Trading Commissions ESTONIA www.CFTC.gov Congress created the CFTC in with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Act of 1974 as an independent agency with the mandate to regulate commodity futures and options markets in the United States. (Prior to that time, futures markets were regulated by the Commodity Exchange Authority (CEA), a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture). The CFTC's mandate has been renewed and expanded several times since 1974, most recently by the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 (CFMA). Another reauthorization is due in 2008, with new issues including regulation in the energy and retail forex areas. Today, the CFTC assures the economic utility of the futures markets by encouraging their competitiveness and efficiency, ensuring their integrity, protecting market participants against manipulation, abusive trading practices, and fraud, and ensuring the financial integrity of the clearing process. Through effective oversight, the CFTC enables the futures markets to serve the important function of providing a means for price discovery and offsetting price risk.
CFSFA- Cyprus Financial service Firms Association www.cfsfa.org.cy The Cyprus Financial Services Firms Association (C.F.S.F.A) was founded on 15 December 2004 and is registered under the Associations Law. It is the official representative body of all Cyprus Investment Firms (CIFs) which are Members of the Cyprus Stock Exchange, a number of Investment Firms (IFs) which are members of the Athens Stock Exchange and remote Members of the Cyprus Stock Exchange, as well as a number of CIFs whose main activities relate to the provision of services for investments abroad. All members of the Association are licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission. The primary aim and goal of the Association, over the existence of an organized body for the representation of its Members’ views and interests, is the provision of support and services to its Members in all aspects of their activities, including the prompt and reliable briefing on Legislation, Regulations, Directives and other institutional arrangements, relating to their daily work. Reputability, professionalism, respectability and reliability are the main factors that characterize the operation of the Association and its Members. Each Member is obliged to comply with the provisions of the Association’s Articles of Association as well as its Code of Conduct. The Association is based in Nicosia and operates under the auspices of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is also associated with CIFA (Convention of Independent Financial Advisors). The legal advisor of the Association is the law office of Antis Triantafyllides and Sons.
CIPF - Canadian Investor Protection Fund
CNV - National Securities Commission of Panama www.legalinfo-panama.com The Law-Decree No. 1 dated July 8, 19991, mainly rules the Panamanian securities industry. The mentioned Decree creates the National Securities Commission ("Comision Nacional de Valores", hereinafter "CNV" or "Commission"), as an autonomous State entity and the official institution in charge of the authorization and supervision of the public offering of securities, securities trading and the constitution and management of mutual funds, as well as the granting of licenses to the different financial market agents or participants2. The Commission is composed of three members (a Chairman, a Vice-president and the other Commissioner acts as spokesman for the CNV) and has the authority to appoint staff (i.e., attorneys, accountants, economists) and retain experts in order to fulfill its duties. The Commission has broad powers to supervise the industry participants for the protection of investors, including its right (standing) to file class actions to enforce the provisions of the new securities law.
CYSEC- Cyprus securities and Exchange www.cysec.gov.cy CySEC is a public corporate body that supervises and controls operations and transactions carried out in the Stock Exchange, with the following responsibilities: Supervision and control of all operations and transactions carried out in the Stock Exchange. Supervision and control of the issuers of securities listed on the Stock Exchange, the licensed investment services companies as well as the collective investment schemes. To carry out inspections over companies, the securities of which are listed on the Stock Exchange, over brokers and brokerage firms, investment consultants, and mutual fund management companies. Requesting and collecting information necessary for the exercise of its responsibilities, to demand in writing the provision of information from all natural or legal individuals or organizations that are considered to be in a position to provide such information. To grant operation licenses to investment firms, including investment consultants, brokerage firms, and brokers. Recalling these operation licenses for special reasons, as it is more specifically determined in Regulations that are published in accordance with the Law of Establishment of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission. Imposing administrative sanctions and disciplinary penalties to brokers, brokerage firms, investment consultants as well as to in any other legal or natural person whom fall under the provisions of the Stock Market legislation.
DFSA - Dubai Financial Service Authority www.dfsa.ae The DFSA was created following a two-year project headed by Phillip Thorpe, an experienced international regulator and exchange executive, culminating in the creation of the DIFC. Thorpe and Ian Hay Davison, the DFSA's first chairmen, were both ousted in June 2004 in a move seen as damaging the credibility of the fledgling regulator. However, the DIFC opened with the granting of the first three licenses by the DFSA in September 2005, with the 200th license issued in November 20007 The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) is an independent regulator created to oversee financial and ancillary services conducted from the Dubai International Financial Centre. It is one of two regulators - alongside the Emirates Securities and Commodities Authority - which split oversight of financial services business in Dubai, but has exclusive jurisdiction over the DIFC. The DFSA was built from scratch using best-practice from the international regulatory environment, modeled heavily on the centralized Financial Services Authority in the UK. Collective investment schemes such as property funds, Islamic (Shariah-compliant) funds, hedge funds, fund of funds, and private equity funds can now operate. The Collective Investment Law 2006 allowed the setting up of investment funds.
ESCA - Emirates Securities & Commodities Authority
FCFR - Russia
FFA - Federal Finance Administration The Federal Finance Administration (FFA) is responsible for the budget estimate, the financial plan, and accounting; it evaluates the projects of all departments involving expenditures, develops financial policy concepts (such as the financial model, the reorganisation of fiscal equalisation, the division of responsibilities between the Federal Government and the cantons, and the debt brake), is responsible for the statistics on the public budgets of Switzerland, and administers federal fiscal equalisation. It ensures the permanent liquidity of the Federal Government and is responsible for raising funds and investing on the money and capital markets. The FFA also deals with national and international financial and monetary questions, cultivates relations with the Swiss National Bank and the Swiss Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), and represents Switzerland's interests in its international relations, especially with the International Monetary Fund. It is also responsible for regulation relating to banking, the monetary system, and financial market law.
FFMS - Federal Financial Market Service http://www.fcsm.ru The FFMS was established by President Vladimir Putin's Decree No. 314 dated 9 March 2004 "On the System and Structure of Federal Executive Branch Agencies". FFMS received the functions of the former Federal Fund Market Commission of Russia ,as well as some responsibilities of the former Ministry of Labour and Social Development of Russia and former Ministry of Antitrust Policy of Russia as well as the Finance Ministry of Russia. The Federal Financial Markets Service (FFMS, FSFR)) is a Russian federal executive body which regulates Russian financial markets including securities issuance and trading and supervision of exchanges, issuers, professional market participants and their Self-Regulatory Organizations; the Russian Federation Pension Fund; the State management company. A major social role of FFMS is to promote public understanding of the Securities laws and their practical application.
FI -Finansinspektionen Sweden www.fi.se Finansinspektionen was established in 1991 with the aim of creating a single integrated regulator covering banking, securities and insurance. This was made possible through the merger of the former banking and insurance supervisory bodies The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, Finansinspektionen, is a public authority. Our role is to promote stability and efficiency in the financial system as well as to ensure an effective consumer protection. We authorise, supervise and monitor all companies operating in Swedish financial markets. Finansinspektionen is accountable to the Ministry of Finance
FINRA -Financial Industry Regulatory Authority www.finra.org The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing business in the United States. All told, FINRA oversees nearly 4,700 brokerage firms, about 167,000 branch offices and approximately 635,000 registered securities representatives. Created in July 2007 through the consolidation of NASD and the member regulation, enforcement and arbitration functions of the New York Stock Exchange, FINRA is dedicated to investor protection and market integrity through effective and efficient regulation and complementary compliance and technology-based services. FINRA touches virtually every aspect of the securities business—from registering and educating industry participants to examining securities firms; writing rules; enforcing those rules and the federal securities laws; informing and educating the investing public; providing trade reporting and other industry utilities; and administering the largest dispute resolution forum for investors and registered firms. It also performs market regulation under contract for The NASDAQ Stock Market, the American Stock Exchange, the International Securities Exchange and the Chicago Climate Exchange.
 
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