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International Financial Securities Regulatory Commission on Conflicts of Interest

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May 12, 2006 12:00 PM

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The International Financial Securities Regulatory Commission includes a number of non-executive Commissioners who importantly bring a blend of different commercial experiences to the decisions which the institution takes.

As a result such Commissioners may have interests with which conflicts can arise in the course of carrying out their work with the International Financial Securities Regulatory Commission.

To maintain public confidence in its regulation, the International Financial Securities Regulatory Commission wishes to demonstrate that the actions of Commissioners are dealt with separately from other interests which they may hold.

The Code of Conduct regarding Conflicts of Interest is published on this website and in the interests of transparency; details of Commissioners’ current directorships have also been published.

The conflicts of interests of staff generally are dealt with in the terms and conditions of service and the staff handbook and the International Financial Securities Regulatory Commission’ Code is mirrored as appropriate in the staff version.

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