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Di-bawah ini adalah Press Release dari the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), London, UK sehubungan dengan “Roundtable Discussion” di antara para regulator 10 negara ASEAN terkait kebutuhan untuk memiliki kualifikasi keuangan internasional dalam mendorong pergerakan modal di antara negara-negara ASEAN. Diskusi ini di adakan di London pada tanggal 16 November 2015 dengan CISI sebagai tuan rumah. PT. Alwyni International Capital (AIC) adalah “Accredited Training Partner” dari CISI. Ketua Dewan Pembina CISFED, Bapak Farouk Abdullah Alwyni, MA, MBA, ACSI adalah juga Presiden Direktur dari AIC

 

The portability of skills and professional financial services qualifications between 10 countries in the ASEAN area could be a reality for those nationals working in the sector, according to a high-powered meeting hosted by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).

 

The CISI hosted the delegation, in partnership with The CityUK, of 18 senior ASEAN financial services regulators at a roundtable in London. The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) is composed of the 10 ASEAN jurisdictions of:

 

  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Laos PDR
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam

 

The roundtable theme “Building Capital Markets in support of financial regulation” was discussed with a focus on the skills required for developing capital markets.

 

Co-chaired by CISI and TheCityUK , the roundtable supported the idea of encouraging the expansion of the concept of mutual recognition of capital markets qualifications as part of the ASEAN free trade agreement, due to take place on 31 Dec 2015.  CISI CEO, Simon Culhane, Chartered FCSI, said “There was real interest in recognising international financial qualifications which will help the free flow of capital within the ASEAN region.”

 

The group also discussed trade and investment frameworks, bond market development and legal infrastructure, following which the delegation met with other financial firms, the London Stock Exchange and the Lord Mayor of the City of London at the Mansion House.

 

In 2006 the ACMF members jointly adopted the “Common Supervisory Framework” for mutual recognition of qualifications of market professionals at its 5th ACMF meeting.

 

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For further information on the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment contact

Lora Benson +44 20 7645 0662/ +44 7801 521034 or lora.benson@cisi.org

Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment

The CISI’s mission is to help members attain, maintain and develop their knowledge and skills and to promote the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the securities and investment industry.

 

Based in the City of London, the CISI is a global organisation with representative offices in financial centres such as Dublin, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, Dubai, Mumbai and Colombo.  We work in close cooperation with regulators, firms and other professional bodies worldwide and over 42,000 examinations were taken in the last twelve months.

 

With 40,000 members in 121 countries the CISI is the professional body which sets examinations and offers qualifications for those working, or looking to establish a career in, the wealth management and capital markets industry.

 

 

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