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Lynn Hew & Mohammad Nizam Ismail

In: Capital Market Reform in Asia: Towards Developed and Integrated Markets in Times of Change

Chapter 12: Investor Protection in the Asia and the Pacific Region: Survey Findings of the Asia-Pacific Regional Committee*

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Investor Protection in the Asia and the Pacific Region: Survey Findings of the Asia-Pacific Regional Committee*
Investor protection in the Asia and the Pacific region: Survey findings of the Asia-Pacific regional committee
LynnHew and Mohammad NizamIsmail
Introduction

In February 2001, the Asia-Pacific Regional Committee (APRC) of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) endorsed the mandate to study investment protection measures and avenues for investor recourse in APRC countries. With growing retail participation in the capital markets (either directly or through pension plans), an increased level of cross-border activities and proliferation of innovative financial products in the recent years, a review of investor protection regimes, with a view to adapting these regimes to keep pace with evolving markets where necessary, was considered appropriate.

The role of investor protection is ...

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