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IRAN CSD PARTICIPATES AT AECSD, IAE JOINT CONFERENCE IN BISHKEK

Iran's Central Securities Depository Chief Executive Officer, Hossein Fahimi, has participated in the joint conference of the Association of Eurasian Central Securities Depositories and the International Association of Exchanges held on 4-6 September in the Kyrgyzstan capital, Bishkek.

The joint conference was held under the title of “Integration Processes in Financial Markets: Eurasia and the Global Economy”, in attendance of delegations from member and observer countries of both international bodies as well as representatives from other countries.

CEO of CSDI, Hossain Fahimi participated in the event on the joint official invitation from the Kyrgyz Stock Exchange, the Central Depository of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Association of Eurasian Central Securities Depositories and the International Association of Exchanges of the CIS countries.

At the event, Mr. Fahimi described CSDI latest achievements and initiatives as well as mechanisms developed, launched or planned by the CSDI's specialists to facilitate the services being provided to local and international investors. Also on the sidelines of the three-day event, the CSDI top executive official held separate meetings with delegations from a number of CSDI counterparts present at the event.

It was the second presence of CSDI representative in the AECSD conference as Mr. Fahimi took part in the 15th AECSD International Conference held September last year in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, as part of CSDI determination to become a member of this international association.

The three-day event, Jointly hosted and organized by Kyrgyz Central Depository and Stock Exchange also included the general meeting of the AECSD members, panel discussions, and presentation sessions with attendance of over 100 distinguished guests and speakers, among them were representatives of the central depositories of the CIS countries, international central depositories, exchanges, regulators, investment banks, analytical agencies, and international organizations.

In addition to delegations from CIS countries, the joint conference also welcomed other delegates originating from the financial sector of Iran, China, Turkey, the UK, South Korea, Belgium, and others.

Release Date: 2019-09-04