Upcoming Other Regulatory Training Programs
APEC Financial Regulators Training Initiative (FRTI) managed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) - 2017 Training Schedule Open to IOSCO Regulators
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Finance Ministers endorsed the establishment of the APEC Financial Regulators Training Initiative (FRTI) in May 1998 to strengthen financial supervision and regulation in the region by enhancing the analytical and technical capacity of bank supervisors and securities regulators. To implement APEC FRTI, a Secretariat was established at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Headquarters in Manila, Philippines and is responsible for coordinating the design of the training programs, sourcing presenters and implementing the training activities. APEC FRTI seminars are primarily targeted at junior and mid-level staff of financial supervisory and regulatory agencies and stock and derivatives exchanges. The Secretariat invites and accepts nominations for participants from central banks, monetary authorities, prudential regulators and securities and futures regulatory agencies and stock and futures exchanges.
The APEC FRTI Secretariat has kindly extended an invitation to all IOSCO members, provided they are financial regulators, to send nominations for participants in any of their training seminars scheduled for 2017. Visit the APEC FRTI website for the latest 2017 training schedule and further information. The contact person for registrations and enquiries is Ms. Chona Guatlo at the ADB (email@example.com).
Global Emerging Markets Regulatory Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14-16 March 2017
The Global Emerging Markets (GEM) Regulatory Conference is the Securities Commission Malaysia’s annual flagship event which will take place on 14 March 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Themed “Regulating in the New Abnormal”, the Conference will gather senior policy makers, regulators and market participants to discuss international regulatory and market developments, their implications, risks and opportunities, as well as key challenges to regulatory models. Further, on 15 and 16 March 2017, there will be a closed-door regulators’ programme that will focus on regulatory and supervisory issues, including leveraging on emerging technology, integrating behavioural economics in investor education and a discussion on enforcement strategies and challenges. The IOSCO Asia-Pacific Hub in Kuala Lumpur will also be launched in conjunction with the Conference.
The GEM Regulatory Conference and the closed door regulators’ programme will feature a number of prominent policy makers, regulators and market experts on the following topics:
- Regulation in the New Abnormal
- Raising the Standards on Governance and Conduct
- Changing Market Structures and Implications to Regional Markets
- Fintech – Role of Regulation with Market Innovation
- Leveraging Behavioural Economics for Investor Empowerment
- Enforcement Strategies and Challenges
- Exchanges: Striking the Right Balance between Commercial and Regulatory Roles
- Effective Implementation of AML/CFT Risk-based Approach
For programme and other details at, please click: https://www.sc.com.my/gemrc2017/