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What are the PFMI principles?

CPMI-IOSCO PFMI (Principles for Financial Market Infrastructure). Essentially, we are talking about infrastructure standards for stock markets, established by the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI).

The level of compliance with these principles determines the effectiveness of internal organization procedures in terms of risk management; financial stability; continuity of operation of all internal business processes; the ability to warn and manage risks in those infrastructures that are important for the stock market of the country.

 

When the principles of the PFMI appeared

In April 2012, the Bank for International Settlements and the International Commission of Securities published Principles for the Financial Market Infrastructure (CPMI-IOSCO “Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures”).

 

What is the assessment of compliance with PFMI principles?

Risks are assessed by verifying the use of these standards in the work of any organization in the field of financial infrastructure.

Full compliance with these principles means a minimum level of risk.

 

NDU PFMI: Assessment report