JSDA (Japan)


    The Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA) is an independent financial regulatory organisation in Japan.

    The JSDA’s primary mandate is to ensure trading is carried out fairly and that investors are protected.

    The JSDA regulates more than 500 member securities firms and other financial institutions operating in Japan. Its functions include rule-making, enforcement, inspection, disciplinary action, accreditation of sales representatives, and dispute mediation.

    Its remit includes protecting investors by ensuring fair and smooth trading in securities or other transactions, and promoting the development of the Japanese financial instruments business.

    For further information see the JSDA website.