Iran’s IFC, Mondo Visione Sign Cooperation MoU
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s Financial Center (IFC) and Mondo Visione, world’s leading independent exchanges and trading consultancy, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to boost mutual cooperation.
The MoU was signed on Thursday at the Mondo Visione Exchange Forum with the aim of establishing collaborative research, data and information initiatives and projects between the two centers, Iran’s Security and Exchange New Agency reported on Saturday.
The Mondo Visione Exchange Forum was held on November 12 at the Barber Surgeon’s Hall in London.
It was signed by Head of Iran's OTC (Over the Counter) Market (Farabourse) Amir Hamooni and Herbie Skeete, Managing Director of the Mondo Visione.
“This MoU provides a forum for cooperation between Mondo Visione and the IFC which enables us to share our respective knowledge and expertise,” Skeete said in a statement on the sidelines of the forum.
The IFC designs and facilities training programs for regulators, company directors and market professionals as well as conducts educational seminars and workshops. Established in 2007, the IFC has been in the business of training and developing capital market participants in Iran.