Informal Roundtable on Institutional Arrangements for Financial Sector Supervision in the MENA Region
5 July 2007, London
The MENA-OECD Investment Programme co-organised an informal roundtable with the Arab Financial Forum on 5 July 2007 on the topic of Institutional Arrangements for Financial Sector Supervision in the Middle East and North Africa region. Participating were representatives of the London financial sector community and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) of the UK. This roundtable addressed the arrangements and models put in place by countries in the MENA region to achieve effective and coordinated supervision of their banking sectors and capital markets, with a view to identifying lessons learned and best practices. The Roundtable took place following the annual meeting of the Arab Financial Forum on 4th July. To obtain additional information about the Arab Financial Forum or to consult the conclusions of this meeting, please visit the website of the AFF at http://www.arabfinancialforum.org.
The FSA’s Approach to Regulation, Mr. Michael Ainley, Head of Wholesale Banks & Investment Firms Department, Financial Services Authority
Institutional Arrangements for Financial Sector Supervision in MENA and OECD Member Countries, Ms. Alissa Koldertsova, Financial Sector Policy Analyst, MENA-OECD Investment Programme