Office will conduct surveillance over cross-border transactions
An independent Japanese exchange regulator
has confirmed plans to create an International Surveillance
Office to oversee cross-border transactions, hot on the heels
of debate over increased market surveillance techniques and
Set to be established on September 1,
Japan Exchange Regulation (JPX-R) will examine regulations and
trends outside Japan regarding unfair trading and seek
cooperation with foreign self-regulatory organisations
organisation’s remit includes covers the
self-regulatory activities of exchanges, dedicated to
maintaining integrity in the Japanese securities markets.
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