Republic of Srpska Securities Commission

The Republic of Srpska Securities Commission ( _sr. Комисија за хартије од вриједности Републике Српске or "Komisija za hartije od vrijednosti Republike Srpske") is a financial services regulator in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is based in the city of Banja Luka.

In Bosnia, the entities (Republika Srpska and The Federation) are separately responsible for the regulation and development of their capital markets. In June 1998, the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska adopted the Securities Market Law that, among other areas of capital markets, established the Republic of Srpska Securities Commission.

Objectives

The objectives if the Commission are:
* supporting the establishment and development of a securities markets in the Republika Srpska
* the efficient functioning of a regulated, fair, open securities market in order to gain the confidence of all stakeholders
* protection of investors' and other market participants' interests.

Roles and responsibilities

According to the Commission website, the Commission is delegated, among others, the following authorities and powers:
* pass regulations on the Republika Srpska securities market operations
* prescribe the conditions, issuing method and trading of securities distributed through the public offer
* license and supervise investment funds, investment fund management companies and other participants in the securities market
* monitor compliance with rules for ordinary trading and fair competition in securities trade
* ensuring the efficient functioning of the securities market and the protection of investors' interests
* prescribe elements of mandatory disclosure to investors and the public
* suspend the issuance and trade of particular securities and undertake other activities in the case of manipulation during trade

Organisation

The Commission is composed of a President, Deputy President and three other Commissioners appointed by the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska on the proposal of the Republika Srpska Government. Commissioners are appointed for 5-year terms. The current President is Mr Miodrag Jandrić, Deputy President is Ms Branka Bodroža and other Commissioners are Mr Željko Slijepčević and Mr Predrag Gajić.

Laws and regulations

Since it's formation, the Commission has passes the following laws:
* [http://www.sec.rs.ba/Documents/Regulativa/98e1f6f7-b7fe-4fdd-9561-0ad8d4063ac8_en-US.pdf Investment Funds Act] (RS official gazette 92/06, published on September 22nd, 2006)
* [http://www.sec.rs.ba/Documents/Regulativa/7f7ea6ba-bde4-44b8-8008-46171da6e1db_en-US.pdf Securities Market Law] (RS official gazette 92/06, published on September 22nd, 2006)
* [http://www.sec.rs.ba/Documents/Regulativa/28f5ceee-3fe6-4875-b3b0-1c87a08ce849_en-US.pdf Law on takeovers] (RS official gazette 64-II/02, published on October 14th, 2002)
* [http://www.sec.rs.ba/Documents/Regulativa/316204bd-6b3f-48e9-b3ed-92bddd28690b_en-US.pdf Law on privatisation investment funds and privatisation fund companies] (RS official gazette 67/05, published on June 15th, 2000)

Information technology

The Commission had web presence since 2006, but it was until september 2007 that fully functional web site was operational. New web site features access to all public databases, such as information on all market participants (issuers, brokerage firms, investment funds, custody banks, brokers, investment/portfolio managers and investment advisers), issues of new shares), past and current mergers, and access to all laws, regulations, standards, manuals and decisions that have been passed by the Commission. There is also a discussion board (in Serbian language only) on which any visitor can start topics and officially write to the President of the Commission.

See also

* Banja Luka Stock Exchange
* BIRS index
* FIRS index
* ERS10 index

Links

* [http://www.sec.rs.ba/ Republika Srpska Securities Commission, official website]
* [http://www.blberza.com/ Banja Luka Stock Exchange]
* [http://www.crhovrs.org/ The Central Registry of Securities]
* [http://www.vladars.net/ The Government of the Republic of Srpska]
* [http://www.iosco.org/ ISOCO - International Organization of Securities Commissions]
* [http://www.apif.net/ APIF Banjaluka]
* [http://www.abrs.ba/ Banking Agency Of Republika Srpska]
* [http://www.uino.gov.ba/ BiH Indirect Taxation Authority]
* [http://www.komorars.ba/ Chamber of Commerce of the Republic Srpska]
* [http://www.bihkonk.gov.ba/ Council Of Competition BH]
* [http://www.vijeceministara.gov.ba Council of Ministers of BH]
* [http://www.aod.ba Deposit Insurance Agency of BH]
* [http://www.fipa.gov.ba Foreign Investment Promotion Agency of BH]
* [http://www.mvp.gov.ba Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH]
* [http://www.narodnaskupstinars.net National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska]
* [http://www.rsprivatizacija.com/ Republic Of Srpska Directorate For Privatization]
* [http://www.slglasnik.org RS Official Gazette]


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