Membership of International Organisations
The Financial Supervisory Commission is a member of:
AFSPC was created in late 2002 by 8 Heads of Supervision in the Pacific region and endorsed by the Governors of Central Banks and Ministers of Finance. Inaugural members are the Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu. The Cook Islands and Palau became members in 2003. Australia, New Zealand and the State of Hawaii are Observers. The Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Centre (PFTAC) acts as Secretariat, with administrative backing from the Reserve Bank of Fiji.
The CRF aims to provide delegates with the opportunity to review the latest developments in corporate business registers internationally and exchange experiences and information on the present and future operation of corporate business registration systems.
The GIFCS (previously OGBS) is a long-established group of financial services supervisors with a core interest of promoting the adoption of international regulatory standards especially in the banking, fiduciary and AML/CFT arena.
The GIICS is an organisation that consists of insurance regulators and supervisors from jurisdictions that provide international insurance services. The FSC is a Member of this Group.