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The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) is an independent, autonomous regulatory body established by the Capital Markets Law No. 161, ratified on 17 August 2011. The CMA’s main responsibility is regulating, supervising, licensing, and monitoring the activities of the Lebanese Capital Markets as per the powers stipulated by the Capital Markets Law No. 161/2011

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IN THE PRESS

سلامة في اللقاء الدولي حول الأسبوع العالمي للمستثمر: نسعى لتعزيز الثقة بين المستثمر والشركات
افتتح رئيس هيئة الاسواق المالية حاكم مصرف لبنان رياض سلامة في المعهد العالي للأعمال، اللقاء الدولي الاول حول “الأسبوع العالمي للمستثمر” الذي تنظمه الهيئة بالاشتراك مع معهد التمويل والحوكمة في المعهد العالي للأعمال ESA.

وتحدث منسق المعهد هادي الاسعد عن اهمية العلاقة القائمة بين هيئة الأسواق المالية والمعهد بالنسبة الى اعداد الكوادر المتخصصة في دعم المستثمرين.

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Salameh: ETP Venue for Low Cost Financing

Under the patronage and in the presence of the Chairman of the Capital Markets Authority, Governor of the Banque du Liban H.E. Riad Salame, the Capital Markets Authority – CMA hosted an open discussion on the electronic trading platform and capital financing in Lebanon. The meeting, which was held to showcase the official steps to launch the ETP in 2020 and encourage SMEs to finance their growth and operations at lower costs from capital markets, was attended by Presidents of Lebanese Economic & Business Associations, leading private sector businessmen and family business owners.

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