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DFSA

DFSA (stands for the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority) was founded in 2003 for the major task of enabling favorable conditions for the investment sector in Denmark that will provide each participant company the utmost feature transparency for smooth implementation of collaborative engagement for its clients and partners. Host of DFSA Regulator Functions: Licensing and inspection …

FSC

The FSC regulator (stands for the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius) exercises functions of monitoring, supervising and issuance of licensing documents to the companies of a non-banking financial services and global business segments. For example, Insurance and Pension Plans, leasing and banking institutions, along with brokerage companies. The Basic Premise The FSC regulator is entrusted …

CIMA

At the initiative of the state and under its direction the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) was established in 1997. The organization was meant to be a local corporate law body conducting its duties in accordance with the Currency Control Law (effective date January 1, 1997). The Basic Premise The CIMA regulator holds the supervise …

BaFIN

The BaFin Supervisory Authority was established on May 1, 2002 as a controlling element fully subordinate to the German Government. At the same time, the organization is obliged to coordinate its actions with the central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany. Furthermore, upon making decisions, it relies on the Financial Supervision Decree of the …

ASIC

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent government body empowered to protect consumer’s rights, financial capability, corporate conduct, financial services, securities and derivatives, and insurance. The Basic Premise The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) was founded in 1998 but it 3 more years for the organization to obtain its present-day functions …

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