ISLAMABAD -- The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan's (SECP) two-day Registrars Conference to begin here on Saturday.
This year the conference theme is 'Winning the Business Trust', where SECP's Registrars from across the country to deliberate upon improving compliance with companies law, advancing E-Services initiatives, setting new benchmarks for ease of doing business and digital transformation of Company Registration Officers (CROs).
The topics of discussion include enforcement of Anti Money Laundering and Counter Terror Financing regulations, E-Services integration with provincial departments, new benchmarks for ease of doing business and digitalization of CRO's regulatory procedures under SECP's flagship project 'Leading Efficiency through Automated Prowess-LEAP' within two years.
In his inaugural speech, the SECP Chairman, Aamir Khan said that Registrars are the face of SECP and their work, approach and behavior should be reflective of a model public organization.
He underlined that Pakistan is fast moving into an era of transformation for laying the foundations of a transparent, digital and equitable economic landscape.
In this scenario, Khan emphasized, the SECP has a vital role to facilitate businesses, investments and encourage new start-ups.
This can be achieved through amending our cumbersome procedures to provide facilitation, reducing cost of doing business, and through provision of maximum guidance and information to our customers.
Aamir underscored the importance of Secure...