Sustainable finance in emerging markets and the role of securities regulators
07/04/2019 Since 2 years

“The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) was established in 1983, when 11 securities regulatory agencies from North and South America agreed to build their interAmerican regional association into an international cooperative body. A year later, securities regulators from France, Indonesia, Korea and the United Kingdom become the first non-American agencies to join the new organization.”

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