International Organization of Securities Commissions


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”

November 2009

(Part 1 of 3) Conversation with Jane Diplock, Chairperson of New Zealand Securities Commission, Chairperson of IOSCO – IOSCO’s relationship with other regulators – “are some products too complex to sell?” – innovation and consumer protection


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”

November 2009

(Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Jane Diplock, Chairperson of New Zealand Securities Commission, Chairperson of IOSCO – a definition of systemic risk – the emergence of a global regulator – regulations and the flow of capital


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”


“Jane Diplock, chairperson of IOSCO, says that harmonisation in securities regulation is achievable.”

November 2009

(Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Thierry Apoteker, CEO, TAC Financial, on – Can Europe pull back from the Greek abyss, and what needs to be done to do so.


“Hans Hoogervorst, the chairman of Dutch securities regulator on systemic risks and regulatory structures.”


“Hans Hoogervorst, the chairman of Dutch securities regulator on systemic risks and regulatory structures.”

October 2009

(Part 2 of 2) Conversation with Hans Hoogervorst, chairman, Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets and vice-chairman of the International Organisation of Securities Committees’ technical committee – OTC markets, transparency and competition – IASB and FASB accounting


“Hans Hoogervorst, the chairman of Dutch securities regulator on systemic risks and regulatory structures.”


“Hans Hoogervorst, the chairman of Dutch securities regulator on systemic risks and regulatory structures.”

October 2009

(Part 1 of 2) Conversation with Hans Hoogervorst, chairman, Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets and vice-chairman of the International Organisation of Securities Committees’ technical committee
- restructuring supervisory regimes – the twin peaks supervisory model and clear distinction of duties – systemic risk and micro-prudential regulation