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24TH FEAS GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONVENES IN ARMENIA

FEAS executive board members vow to promote capital markets of all member states.

The 24th Annual General Assembly (GA) of the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges took place 1-3 November, 2017 in Yerevan, Armenia.

The 24th Annual General Assembly (GA) of the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges convened in Yerevan, Armenia with President and CEO of Central Securities Depository of Iran, Dr. MohammadReza Mohseni, as an executive board member in attendance.A member of the CSDI Board of Directors, Mr. Vahid Bagheri Kheyrabadi was also accompanying the President at the gathering.

The three-day event brought together the executives of the stock exchanges of the members of the union, representatives of more than 20 countries.

The assembly focused on the main strategies of development of FEAS, and participants presented the activities of the financial markets of their respective countries.

The CSDI President and CEO said: “The participants comprising the Executive Board members, primarily focused on promotion, positioning and increasing the image of the capital markets of all member countries.”

Dr. Mohseni went on to say that, “During the Assembly, a lot more important topics and future projects were also discussed. Among the most important topics of the agenda was the approval of FEAS new Charter and Strategy.”

He also acknowledged that the FEAS Board also approved Athens Stock Exchange as a new full member of the Federation.

This year the General Assembly marked the first major event after relocation of FEAS’ headquarters to Yerevan from Turkish Istanbul last year. Since its inception in 1995 FEAS had been headquartered in Istanbul.

The next FEAS General Assembly will be held in Egypt.

The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) was established on May 15, 1995 with 12 founding members. Now the Federation has 30 members. They are stock exchanges, post-trade financial organizations, associations and regional dealers’ federations from 30 countries. 

Release Date: 12/4/2017


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