With the flood of new investors on the stock market in a relatively short space of time, the regulator has stepped up its efforts to make indirect investments in the market attractive to investors with a lack of financial literacy.
Meisam Fadaee, Assistant Supervisor of the Securities and Exchange Organization, outlined some of the steps taken to convince new investors to entrust their savings to asset managers and mutual funds.
Measures include diversifying investment funds, facilitating access through online trading platforms, and cutting red tape and red tape.
“The Securities and Exchange Organization has relaxed cumbersome rules and done everything to improve the efficiency of mutual funds,” Fadaee was quoted as saying by the SEO News Agency.
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