The FCS issues communiqués to inform and protect investors against illegal, dishonourable and improper practices, market abuse and financial fraud in the financial services and global business sectors.
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The FCS ensures, as part of its surveillance mechanism, that there is proper dissemination of investor alerts and warnings from international bodies such as IOSCO and other regulatory bodies to relevant stakeholders. These investor alerts and warnings typically refer to entities which are not authorised to provide investment services from the relevant jurisdiction.
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United Nations Security Council measures
As part of its supervisory framework to combat Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism, the FCS regularly communicates to its licensees updates on the List of Persons/Entities suspected of Terrorism issued by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Licensees are required to verify whether they maintain any accounts or otherwise hold any fund, other financial assets, economic benefits and economic resources for individuals or entities as reported by the UNSC. Licensees are thus required to take necessary actions and report to the FCS any link found with the reported persons/entities in accordance with the UNSC Resolution United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs).