Laws and Regulations
Since its formation, the Commission has passes the following laws:
- Investment Funds Act (RS official gazette 92/06, published on 22 September 2006)
- Securities Market Law (RS official gazette 92/06, published on 22 September 2006)
- Law on takeovers (RS official gazette 64-II/02, published on 14 October 2002)
- Law on privatisation investment funds and privatisation fund companies (RS official gazette 67/05, published on 15 June 2000)
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