International Securities Services Association (ISSA)
1988 Zurich Switzerland
Founded 1988, Zurich (Switzerland), as International Society of Securities Administrators, at 4th ISSA Symposium (held since 1979). Present name adopted 1 Sep 1997.
Contribute to developing and promoting forward-thinking solutions that create efficiencies and mitigate risk within the global securities services industry; foster international coordination and collaboration; facilitate and stimulate active communication among all industry stakeholders.
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