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International Capital Market Association


association concerned with international capital market the self-regulatory organization and trade association for the international capital market. Its primary role is to ensure the international capital market works as efficiently as possible and to promote best practice. Established in 1969 as the Association of International Bond Dealers, it changed its name to the International Securities Market Association, before merging with the International Primary Market Association to become the International Capital Market Association. The organization has approximately 390 members from 47 countries.

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