The Investment Department deals with the licensing, supervision and regulation of various intermediary agents in the investments sector. These agents include mutual fund managers; trustees of funds; investment portfolio managers; investment advisers and investment marketers.
The Department acts under the provisions of the Joint Investment Trust Law, 1994; the provisions of Investment Advice, Investment Marketing and Portfolio Management Law, 1995; the Securities Law, 1968 and the Prohibition on Money Laundering Law, 2000.
The Department is comprised of headquarters (which include inter alia the legal adviser of the Department and the Chief Risk Officer) and two functional units.
Read about the units and their main areas of operation