AFSA is closely monitoring the situation and is at the stage of assessing the degree of impact of sanctions against the SPB Exchange on the activities of International Trading System Limited (ITS).
The regulator attaches paramount importance to ensuring the stability of the AIFC financial system and protecting the interests of investors.
AFSA and ITS are developing a plan for further actions and relevant measures required to fulfill the firm’s obligations.
The Astana Financial Services Authority (AFSA) is the independent regulator of the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC), which is established in accordance with the Constitutional Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On the Astana International Financial Centre” for the purposes of regulating financial services and related activities in the AIFC. AFSA administers the AIFC Regulations and Rules and is responsible for the authorisation, registration, recognition and supervision of financial firms and market institutions in the AIFC.
Over 2,200 firms from 78 countries are registered in the AIFC. These firms provide banking, insurance, investment, professional and other services. The range of financial services offered at the AIFC is comparable to the list of services available in long-established financial centers of the world, such as London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and others. www.afsa.kz
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