The SEC supervises and regulates the capital markets under following laws:
The law on securities and exchange;
The law governing derivatives;
The law governing digital asset;
The law on trust for transactions in the capital market;
The law on special purpose juristic persons for securitization;
The law on provident fund.
Our objectives for administration of the regulations and rules are as follows:
Investors have access to information and make confident decisions on investment.
The capital market is operated with fairness, efficiency and transparency.
Systematic risks in the markets can be managed and contained within limits.