International Council of Securities Associations (ICSA)
1988 Tokyo Japan
Present name adopted at 4th Annual Meeting, London (UK).
Aid and encourage the sound growth of the international securities markets by promoting and encouraging harmonization in the procedures and effective regulation of those markets thereby facilitating international securities transactions, and by promoting mutual understanding and the sharing and exchange of information among members of the Councils.
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General Meeting (annual); Board of Directors; Secretariat. Standing Committee on Regulatory Affairs; Emerging Markets Committee; Secretariat.
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