Securities Markets in Eurasia

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Central Asia's securities markets remain small-scale and underdeveloped. Building up well functioning securities markets will be essential to vitalising their economies. This publication contains an overview of securities markets in the region and selected country reports. It provides comprehensive data and analyses of securities markets in the region, updated to April 2005, addressing specifically effective measures to develop securities markets and infrastructure, especially the role of institutional investors and clearing and settlement systems; building investor confidence; and regulation and supervision of securities markets.



Summary of the OECD Conference on Financial Sector Development in the Central Asian Countries

Since the collapse of the communist regime, the Central Asian countries1, Azerbaijan and Mongolia have been rapidly heading toward a market economy. They have made considerable efforts to establish a well-functioning market infrastructure, accepting the support of International Financial Institutions (IFIs), and have tackled financial sector reforms with trial and error.


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