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ABOUT US

Regulator of the PNGPNG Papua New Guinea Capital Markets

The Securities Commission of Papua New Guinea (SCPNGSCPNG Securities Commission of Papua New Guinea), is the independent statutory authority that regulates the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Capital Market and its practices. SCPNG is established under the Securities Commission Act 2015 (SCA2015SCA 2015 Securities Commission Act 2015). We enforce the Capital Market Act 2015 (CMA2015CMA 2015 Capital Market Act 2015) and Central Depositories Act 2015 (CDA2015CDA 2015 Central Depositories Act 2015).
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03MITIGATE

04REGULATE

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Regulated Capital Market Activities

Dealing in Securities

Dealing in securities is a regulated activity. Schedule 2 Part II (1) of the CMA 2015CMA 2015 Capital Market Act 2015 defines it to mean acquiring, disposing of, subscribing for or underwriting or making or offering to make with any person (s) any agreement to acquire, dispose of, subscribe to or underwrite any securities or derivatives as either principal (yourself) or for others (as agent). Stock brokerage is an example of dealing in securities.

Dealing in Securities

Schedule 2 Part II (1) of the Capital Market Act 2015 concerns Dealing in Securities.

Advising on Corporate Finance

Schedule 2 Part II (4) of the CMACMA 2015 Capital Market Act 2015 2015l defines the Advising on the Corporate Finance. It concernsParts IV, V and VI of the CMA relating to raising of funds by any corporation.

Advising on Corporate Finance

Schedule 2 Part II (4) of the CMA 2015 defines Advising on the Corporate Finance.

Trading in Derivatives

Schedule 2 Part II (2) of the CMA defines Trading in Derivatives to mean making or offering to make with any person or inducing or attempting to induce any person or soliciting or accepting any order for derivatives whether as principal or agent.

Trading in Derivatives

Schedule 2 Part II (2) of the CMA 2015 defines Trading in Derivatives.

Investment Advice

Schedule 2 Part II (5) of the CMA 2015 defines Investment Advice to mean carrying on a business of advising others concerning securities or drivatives contracts or as part of a business, issue or promulgated analyses or reports concerning securities or derivatives.

Investment Advice

Schedule 2 Part II (5) of the CMA 2015 defines Investment Advising

Fund Management

According to Schedule 2 Part II (3) of the CMA 2015 Fund Management means undertaking on behalf of any other person the management of a portfolio of securities or derivatives.

Fund Management

Schedule 2 Part II (3) of the CMA 2015 defines Fund Management.

Financial Planning

Schedule 2 Part II (6) of the CMA 2015 defines Financial Planning. It relates to ananlysing the financial circumstances of another person and providing a plan to meet that other person's financial objectives, including any investment plan in securities.

Financial Planning

Schedule 2 Part II (6) of the CMA 2015 defines Financial Planning

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Regulatory Mandate

Promote & Maintain a secure capital market that is fair for & accessible to all stakeholders while supporting capital formation, through Innovative Market Development.

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PROTECT

We protect investor and the integrity of the market. A fair, orderly and efficient market is central to capital formation. We create a market place where the big guys, the small fellas and the middle men, all play by the rules when investment funds flow from those who have it to those who need it and back.

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DEVELOP

We enable growth of PNG'sPNG Papua New Guinea Capital Market by encouraging a robust and fair stock market conducive for everyone, develop a corporate bond market and mobilize investors in society to facilitate and creation of investment funds and mobilize capital.

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REGULATE

A well regulated market attracts investors whose contribution promotes the development of the economy. Regulating the Capital Market is therefore pivotal to its development. Our Job is made easier by a team of licensed financial intermediaries & self regulated entities who enforce strict corporate governance practices to keep investors away from scams and deception.

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MITIGATE

To provide stability the financial systems we work to develop an innovative and robust framework for oversite and supervision to enable information flow between market players, investors and regulator is timely, relevant, sufficient, transparent and honest. We are then able to identify, monitor, mitigate and manage any risks and its impacts on the market.