28 September, 2005
The Greek and Israeli Capital Markets' Commissions on Tuesday signed a bilateral protocol of cooperation aimed to establish and introduce procedures for a bilateral exchange of information and help between the two supervisory bodies.
Under the protocol, signed in Athens, confidential information could be exchanged between the two Capital Markets' Commission to improve supervision in domestic markets.
The protocol will facilitate international cooperation between stock markets, companies and capital markets' agencies and is considered the first step in establishing and further improving bilateral relations in the capital markets.
The protocol was signed by Israel's Capital Markets Commission president Moshe Tery. Israel's ambassador to Greece, Ram Aviram, also attended the signing ceremony.
Source: Athens News Agency