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Dr. Sahar Nasr – Minister of Investment and International Cooperation issued a decision stating that Investors Protection Fund’s BOD current formation will remain as it is

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Dr. Mohammed Omran – FRA’s Chairman stated that Dr. Sahar Nasr – Minister of Investment and international cooperation issued decision no.265 dated 12/12/2017 stating that Investors Protection Fund’s BOD current formation will remain as it is for three months or until the formation of the new Board , whichever is earlier.

This comes in the light of FRA’s proposal due to the end of the legal term of the current Board and awaiting a decision by FRA’s Board regarding expert members of Investor Protection Fund’s Board.
 

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Abbreviation: FRA
Jurisdiction: Egypt

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