The National Securities Commission (NSC) is an autarkic entity with jurisdiction covering the territory of the Argentine Republic.

The NSC was created by the Public Offerings Law 17.811.  Its main purpose is to ensure the transparency of Argentina's securities markets, to watch over the market price formation process and to protect investors.

The NSC Supervises corporations authorized to issue securities to the public, the secondary markets where these securities are traded, and all persons and corporations involved in any capacity in the public offering and trading of these securities.

Public offering and trading of  futures and options contracts is also under NSC jurisdiction, as are the related futures exchanges, clearing houses and brokers intermediaries.

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Tel: +5411 4329 4600 CP 1002 - Argentina

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