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SECC requires media to get accreditation

SECC requires media to get accreditation

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) called yesterday for translation companies and media agencies to apply for accreditation before conducting any stock related reporting or services.

“Companies can only offer services in the securities sector if they have been accredited from SECC,” reported an SECC release.

“The objective is to avoid accidental occurrences. SECC will encourage issuing companies, Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX), securities firms and other security-related companies to use the services of those companies which have been accredited,” it read.

SECC also offered a one-day public training course on securities trading at CSX. Under the new rules, printing houses that publish articles relating to the stock sector will also be required to apply.

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