Jordan: Review of the Jordan Securities Commission's Regulatory Processes and Institutional Capacity (EBRD-8167)

  • Jordan
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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Original disclosure @ EBRD website

Updated in EWS Mar 3, 2020

Disclosed by Bank May 28, 2019

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Project Description

The overall objective of this assignment is to review the  Jordan Securities Commission's (JSC) organization, processes and capacities in order to increase efficiency and effectiveness, build staff capacity, and increase compliance with international practices. This in turn should benefit the market overall as the regulatory scheme and its application are optimized on a cost-effective basis, observing proportionality.

The specific objectives are:

  1. Assessing the JSC’s compliance with applicable international standards;
  2. Reviewing the JSC’s regulatory processes, providing recommendations for increased effectiveness;
  3. Reviewing the JSC’s organization and staffing structures, providing recommendations for increased efficiency;
  4. Providing scenarios on potential staffing structures if the JSC was no longer required to recruit staff within the civil service system;
  5. Devising a staff development plan;
  6. Devising an IT upgrade plan;
  7. Constructing a Public Outreach Program; and
  8. Executing implementation under agreed workplans.
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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