Securities Standards Setter Chief To Depart In February

Law360, London (December 22, 2020, 12:33 PM GMT) -- The International Organization of Securities Commissions has said that Paul Andrews is stepping down from the post of secretary general of the global standards setter in 2021 after a term that began in 2016. 

The International Organization of Securities Commissions, an international body for regulators in securities markets that is known as IOSCO, said on Monday that Andrews will leave his desk on Feb. 25.

The organization has not yet appointed a new secretary general and Andrews' deputy, Tajinder Singh, will become acting secretary general from the end of February.

"Paul has led the secretariat with distinction during a period of major...

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