Past IOSCO Training Programs (2019)
IOSCO Workshop on Strengthening Cyber Security and Resilience, 24-25 June 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Registration Open
To be held on 24-25 June 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, the 2-day workshop organised by the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub seeks to enhance the Cyber resilience and incident response capabilities of regulators and financial entities to mitigate exposure to Cyber risks. The Workshop will include an overview of the Cyber risk landscape in financial markets; key components to promote sound Cyber practices, Cyber threat intelligence and decision making, regulatory approaches to Cyber risk management and supervision of Cyber risks. The Workshop will also comprise an exercise that will require participants to analyse their responses to Cyber threats and identify areas for further improvement, including developing response and recovery strategies that can be implemented within their respective organisations.
The Workshop is offered at no cost to IOSCO members and is aimed at mid to senior-level executives. Participation is selected from eligible applicants on a first come, first served basis. For more details on the Workshop and registration form, please go to https://www.iosco.org.my/programme-events/training-programs-by-the-hub. Please contact Azfalyna Aziz from the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub at firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries.
Phase I of the IOSCO/PIFS-Harvard Law School Global Certificate Program for Regulators of Securities Markets, Madrid, Spain, 17-28 June 2019
IOSCO and the Program on International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School (PIFS-HLS) jointly developed this two-phase program to offer IOSCO members an executive education program that is exclusively tailored for regulators of securities markets. Attendees have up to three years to complete both phases of the Global Certificate Program. Successful attendees will be awarded a joint certificate of participation issued by IOSCO and PIFS-Harvard Law School. Also, IOSCO members may attend any part of the program on a non-certificate basis. Following the inauguration of the program in 2016, it is envisaged that going forward both phases will be conducted once every year.
Phase I consists of three components: online learning materials; an in-person module on regulation (17-21 June 2019); and an in-person module on compliance (24-28 June 2019). The in-person modules will be conducted at IOSCO´s premises in Madrid (Spain) from 17-28 June 2019, and will cover the fundamentals and intricacies of securities regulation and compliance. These two week-long sessions will be delivered primarily by current or former securities regulators. It is possible to register for either one or both modules. Phase I is offered free of charge to all IOSCO members. Online registration is now closed.
Phase II consists of a one week-long in-person module that will be conducted on campus at the Harvard Law School in Cambridge (Massachusetts, US) from 9-13 December. This one week-long session will examine current and future regulatory challenges and emerging issues and will be delivered by leading academics, securities regulators and public policy makers. Phase II is open to all IOSCO members. The tuition fee for Phase II at Harvard Law School is USD 7,000. Online registration is now open. Deadline to register is October 15th.
While any IOSCO member employee may attend the program, it is specifically designed for regulatory staff with strong leadership potential and approximately five to seven years of regulatory experience.
IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub – World Bank – Securities Commission Malaysia Conference on Islamic Finance: A Catalyst for Financial Inclusion - Registration Open
Following from the success of last year’s joint Conference on Harnessing Islamic Finance for a Green Future, this year’s Conference to be held on 29-30 April in Kuala Lumpur, themed Islamic Finance: A Catalyst for Financial Inclusion will discuss the use of Islamic finance instruments to support financial inclusion, including the use of fintech to boost shared prosperity. It will explore policy, regulatory and institutional elements required for the sustainable use of Islamic finance to address financial inclusion. Topics to be discussed include:
- Broadening Access to Financing for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises: The Role of Islamic Finance
- Islamic Social Finance: Tools for Enhancing Financial Inclusion
- Role of Government and Regulators in Promoting Financial Inclusion through Islamic Finance
- Utilising Fintech in Islamic Finance for Financial Inclusion
- Investor Protection and Investment Literacy in Islamic Finance
For further details on the Conference, please visit https://www.iosco.org.my/programme-events/training-programs-by-the-hub or contact Azfalyna Aziz from the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub at email@example.com.
2019 IOSCO Seminar Training Program, Madrid, Spain, 24-26 April 2019 – Registration Open
The Annual IOSCO Seminar Training Program will take place from 24-26 April 2019 at IOSCO's premises in Madrid, Spain.
The program, which this year has as a theme "Protecting the Retail Investor: A Securities Regulator Perspective", is free of charge and open to all IOSCO members. Registration is open until 5 April. For all details please visit the Members Area.
IOSCO Workshop on Crypto-Assets: Trends, Risks and Regulatory Implications, 27-28 February 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Registration Open
To be held on 27 – 28 February 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, the 1.5-day workshop organised by the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub will discuss latest developments and regulatory implications of crypto-assets and blockchain in securities markets. It will include insights from subject matter experts on the opportunities, risks and challenges that crypto-assets present, approaches adopted by securities regulators and the application of blockchain technology in financial markets.
For registration and further details on the Workshop, please visit https://www.iosco.org.my/programme-events/training-programs-by-the-hub or contact Azfalyna Aziz from the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub at firstname.lastname@example.org.