About the GLOPAC (Global Financial Partnership Center)
On April 1, 2016, the Financial Services Agency of Japan (“FSA”) established the GLOPAC as a successor organization of the Asian Financial Partnership Center (“AFPAC”) launched two years earlier.
The objectives of the GLOPAC are to:
- address the issues related to the global financial markets.
- effectively conduct financial sector technical assistance for infrastructure development.
- further strengthen cooperative relationships with financial authorities around the world.
To pursue its objectives, the GLOPAC offers a fellowship program while extending its global reach, and invites financial regulators and supervisors around the world as “Visiting Fellows” to participate in the diverse programs provided by the GLOPAC.
The GLOPAC is keen to maintain and further strengthen the world wide Alumni network and cooperative relationships even after the Visiting Fellows complete their programs at the FSA, Japan.
Leaflet and Slides
- Laws & RegulationsPage list
- Name of Laws and Regulations(PDF)
- Financial Instruments and Exchange Act
- Recent Changes
- Public Comment
- No Action Letter System
- Procedures concerning Foreign Account Management Institutions
- PrinciplesPage list
- Strategic Directions and Priorities
- Progress and Assessment of the Strategic Directions and Priorities
- Policy Approaches to Strengthen Cyber Security in the Financial Sector
- Financial Monitoring Policy
- AnnouncementsPage list
- Press Conferences
- Press Releases
- Official Statements
- Great East Japan Earthquake-Related Information
- The Earthquake Centered in the Kumamoto Region of Kumamoto Prefecture 2016-Related Information
- List of Institutions
- For those engaging in High Speed Trading
- To Operators of Specially Permitted Businesses for Qualified Institutional Investors, etc.