As of 17 March 2020, the Securities Commission introduced a preventive, temporary measure to stop the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and to minimize exposure of its employees and clients to this contagious disease, the prevention and mitigation of which has become the top priority of the Republic of Serbia. The Securities Commission will no longer receive post and filings by personal delivery to the Commission's Document Registration Office. Furthermore, as of this date it is not possible to personally collect documents issued by the Commission at the Commission's Document Registration Office.
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All the Serbian capital market participants continue to operate complying with the relevant regulations, respecting the measures introduced by the Government of the Republic of Serbia to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) contagious disease in the conditions of the state of emergency declared in the Republic of Serbia. The Securities Commission has organized its work in accordance with the Government recommendations, ensuring the smooth and effective operation of the capital market in the Republic of Serbia.
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Today the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Serbia (ACFE Serbia Chapter) and the Securities Commission held a seminar on detecting fraud in the capital market. The Securities Commission Supervision Officers presented various forms capital market frauds can take before representatives of the government and private sector,  professionals in the field of fraud and corruption prevention, detection and investigation, prosecutors, external and internal auditors, compliance officers, executive and operations managers, public and private investigators, forensic accountants and fraud prevention specialists in all fields.
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