• 6 April 2018 - 19:55
  • News Code: 84124
پرچم ایران

Deputy Chief of the Stock Exchange Organization for International Affairs said Iran's stock exchange has cooperation with 9 countries namely Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, China, Hong Kong, Oman, Greece, Iraq and India in various areas.

Bahador Nejadi stated this achievement has been obtained in cooperation with the officials who are active in finance and stock exchange areas, adding importantly an active approach has been adopted rather than a reactionary one.

"If we think some capital market key players are our aim, we should follow them actively, rather than we wait that they come to us. We should develop our marketing view", he said.

Nejadi added that one of the successful relations of Iran's stock exchange is with supervisory institution of Germany, BAFIN, and also a workshop was held in Iran in cooperation with the German side.

The official pointed to Iran's capital market's cooperation with China; furthermore, Stock Exchange Organization has has a good relations with stock exchange supervisory institution of Hong Kong, Oman and Greece.

Regarding being international in regional institutions level or special organizations, Deputy Chief of the Stock Exchange Organization for International Affairs said our relations with The Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) is an example in regional institutions level.

He referred to Iran's presence in IOSCO, adding in international institutions level, the most significant of Iran's activity is membership in IOSCO, making the remarks that Iran's Stock Exchange Organization is a continuous member of IOSCO for more than a year, making an attempt to be an ordinary one.

Bahador Nejadi explained that Iran's Stock Exchange Organization has common collaboration with Istanbul stock exchange and Iraq's capital market. He went on to say that the last move of Iran's Stock Exchange Organization for being international is commodity exchange interaction with national commodity exchange of India, expressing his hope that a common platform to be operational in the near future between these two markets.


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