The Monegasque Association of Financial Activities (AMAF) launched the new annual edition of its magazine Monaco For Finance on November 9.
Mr Etienne Franzi, President of the AMAF, welcomed many guests, including Mrs Brigitte Boccone-Pages, President of the National Council, Mr Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and Economy, Mr Balthazar Seydoux, Vice-President of the National Council and President of the Finance and National Economy Commission, Mr Michel Hunault, Director of SICCFIN, Mr Philippe Ortelli, President of FEDEM, and Mr Stéphane Valleri, Administrator of SBM.
Mr Castellini referred to the quality of relations between the public authorities and finance professionals. He announced the creation of the Monegasque Association for Sustainable Finance in Monaco (AMFID), whose mission is to facilitate exchanges between expert members of the AMAF, and the promotion of the culture of sustainable finance in the financial industry.
The Principality’s membership of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) for the protection of investors was noted with approval.
Mr Gérald Mathieu, Chairman of the AMAF Financial Centre Promotion Commission, concluded on the association’s 2023 projects, and the enthusiasm of its members to make the financial sector a major point of Monegasque attractiveness, attracting new talents to the Principality.
PHOTO: Mr Etienne Franzi, President of AMAF; Mr Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and the Economy and Mr Gérald Mathieu, Chairman of the AMAF Financial Centre Promotion Commission – © Communication Department – Manuel Vitali
ORIGINAL SOURCE & PHOTO: Monaco Government Press Service