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International Securities & Capital Markets Committee

International Securities & Capital Markets Committee

About the Committee

The International Securities and Capital Markets Committee focuses on national and international laws and regulations dealing with issuance of securities and regulation of capital markets activities. Issues include laws relating to on-line information about issuers; securities issues relating to privatizations, including offering techniques, relationship between economic policy and legal structures for privatizations and the role of legal and financial advisors; regulatory matters concerning derivatives and hybrid securities; SEC requirements for foreign issuers in the U.S.; and SEC and other accounting standards for foreign issuers and cross-border private placements.

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