The TA will address immediate and short-term capacity building needs and complement the change management assistance provided by Australian Agency for International Development. The TA will support development of a deeper and more resilient capital market and enhanced supervision with improved regulatory resources and capacity. Key areas of focus under the TA include support for: (i) curricula for training programs and standards for certification for professionals in capital market-related fields; (ii) strengthened capacity of Bapepam-LK; (iii) recommendations and implementation of key reforms and regulations in the financial sector; and (iv) technical advice for the development of new capital market products, strengthened market supervision, and regulatory capacity with ultimate aims to improve overall governance standards of capital markets and investor protection.
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