Belgian regulator leads charge for greater investor protection
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Belgian regulator leads charge for greater investor protection

The Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) is a driving force for supervisory measures to strengthen investor protection in Europe. Chairman Jean-Paul Servais is a member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions and also chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority’s Investor Protection and Intermediaries Standing Committee. He told Robert McGlinchey how investor protection is being strengthened from both a Belgian and EU perspective.

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