International Membership

Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS)

FEAS was established on 16 May 1995 with 12 founding members. Currently there are 34 members 12 affiliate members and 4 bilateral members including post trade institutions, dealers associations and regional federations from 30 countries.

Asia-Pacific CSD Group (ACG)

ACG was formed in November 1997 as an informal international organization with the objective to facilitate the exchange of information and to promote mutual assistance among member securities depositories and clearing organizations in the Asia Pacific region.

Interexchange Electronic Union (IEU)

IEU was created on November 7, 2010 by the commodity exchanges from Armenia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, by the initiative of Yerevan Commodity and Raw Material Exchange (YERCOMEX) and is based on the international normative-legal acts and legislations of these countries on commodity exchanges.

Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC)

Member States’ Stock Exchanges Forum Meeting” (Forum) was initiated with a decision taken in line with the request made by the Twentieth Session of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) for launching a framework of cooperation among the OIC stock exchanges. The first Forum meeting was held on March 28-29th, 2005 in İstanbul by Borsa İstanbul, as mandated in the 20th meeting in November 2004 of the COMCEC, to enhance cooperation among the stock exchanges of the respective countries.

Asia fund Standardization Forum (ASFS)

CSDI is a regular member of this Foum. This forum aims at standardization of (Mutual) Funds operations in order that they will become tradable in different countries. Its members are CSDs from Aisan countries. Established in 2015 by Korea Securities Depository (KSD), It currently has 14 member states.

Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

Justified ACG19 at Taipei in 2016, it was decided to form a forum of Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to discuss Cyber security practices followed in their respective organization and share their views. Financial Market Infrastructures (FMI) operates large, mission-critical networks that process seemingly endless volumes of sensitive information. It’s no wonder that FMI are in the crosshairs for cyber-attacks. where the cyber security has assumed tremendous importance and is one of the top risks which we need to manage. For this purpose, it makes sense to collaborate with each other to help improve cyber resilience of FMIs. A CISO group amongst the ACG members is formed for this purpose.