October 31, 2014
Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission
Asia-Pacific Regulators Dialogue on Market Surveillance
- The second Asia-Pacific Regulators Dialogue on Market Surveillance hosted by Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission of Japan, the purpose of which is to exchange views on market surveillance issues with the aim of strengthening market integrity in the region, was held between regulators responsible for market surveillance from the Asia-Pacific region in Tokyo on October 28 and 29, 2014.
- Regulators from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Japan participated in that dialogue, with Mongolia attending as an observer.
- Regulators during this dialogue discussed various emerging market surveillance issues, including cross-border cooperation, preventive and enforcement measures for market misconduct, and the role of regulators and stock exchanges. They also visited Tokyo Stock Exchange and discussed surveillance of electronic trading with the staff of Tokyo Stock Exchange and Japan Exchange Regulation.
The Asia-Pacific Regulators Dialogue is a working group of securities regulators in the Asia-Pacific region to network and exchange views on market surveillance issues with the aim of strengthening regulatory cooperation in the region. The first dialogue was held in Kuala Lumpur in September 2013, jointly organized by the Securities Commission Malaysia and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Regulators from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Japan participated last year.
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