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The International Organization of Securities Commissions

General Information

The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), established in 1983, is the acknowledged international body that brings together the world's securities regulators and is recognized as the global standard setter for the securities sector. IOSCO develops, implements, and promotes adherence to internationally recognized standards for securities regulation, and is working intensively with the G20 and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) on the global regulatory reform agenda.

IOSCO's membership regulates more than 95% of the world's securities markets. Its members include over 120 securities regulators and 80 other securities markets participants (i.e. stock exchanges, financial regional and international organizations etc.). IOSCO is the only international financial regulatory organization which includes all the major emerging markets jurisdictions within its membership.

IOSCO Objectives

The member agencies currently assembled together in the International Organization of Securities Commissions have resolved, through its permanent structures:

  • to cooperate in developing, implementing and promoting adherence to internationally recognised and consistent standards of regulation, oversight and enforcement in order to protect investors, maintain fair, efficient and transparent markets, and seek to address systemic risks;
  • to enhance investor protection and promote investor confidence in the integrity of securities markets, through strengthened information exchange and cooperation in enforcement against misconduct and in supervision of markets and market intermediaries; and
  • to exchange information at both global and regional levels on their respective experiences in order to assist the development of markets, strengthen market infrastructure and implement appropriate regulation.

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Contacts

Mr. David Wright, Secretary General

Mr. Tajinder Singh, Deputy Secretary General

Ms. Isabel Pastor, Senior Advisor

Ms. Carlta Vitzthum, Communications Manager

Mr. Mohamed Ben Salem, Senior Policy Advisor

Mr. Manabu Kishimoto, Policy Advisor

Mr. Tim Pinkowski, Policy Advisor

Mr. Zhong Li, Policy Advisor

Mr. Werner Bijkerk, Head of the Research Department

Dr. Shane Worner, Senior Economist

Dr. Luca Giordano, Senior Economist

Ms. Rohini Tendulkar, Economist

Ms. Corina Martinez, Deputy Head of Administration and Events and Meetings Coordinator

Ms. Raluca Tircoci-Craciun, Senior Advisor, Implementation Monitoring and Capacity Building

Mr. Alp Eroglu, GEM Advisor

Mr. Tony Iloka, GEM Advisor

Mrs. Yeonha Lim, Enforcement and Cooperation Advisor

Ms. Cecile de Wit, Education and Training Coordinator

Mr. Gary Tidwell, Senior Advisor - Education, Training and Regulatory Capacity Building

Ms. Ramona Barbus, Administrative Assistant

Ms. Silvia Moroni, Administrative Assistant

Ms. Vanesa Krakovsky, Administrative Assistant

Ms. Hanna Galeziewska, Administrative Assistant

Mr. Jonathan Bravo, Head of Finance and Corporate

Ms. Ana Goytia, Finance Assistant

International Organization Of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)

C/ Oquendo 12
28006 Madrid
SPAIN

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Tel: +34 91 417 5549
Fax: +34 91 555 9368
Email: info@iosco.org