- The AMF
- Our strategy
- #Supervision2022 Strategic Plan
Our #Supervision2022 Strategic Plan
Over the period between 2018 and 2022, the AMF intends to play an active role in the forming of a strong and competitive future EU27, while taking on board the digital revolution and helping to meet the new challenges of the financing of the economy. Find out more about our #Supervision2022 strategic plan.
- Commit to a strong, more integrated and more competitive Capital Markets Union of 27
- Promote innovation and assist market participants
- Contribute to the financing of the economy via attractive markets and an attractive financial community
As a result of post-crisis environment analysis and reflexion and the extensive reshaping of the European regulatory framework, our strategy naturally incorporates the importance of Europe.
The #Supervision2022 plan has drawn on the experience of recent years, which have seen the emergence of major technological innovations. The AMF intends to take into account both the opportunities that these innovations may offer the financial industry and investors, and for the Paris marketplace and its attractiveness as a centre, as well as the risks they may pose.
The question of the financing of the economy, with a focus on encouraging sustainable finance, and the investment of households' long-term savings is a substantive issue to which the AMF will continue to contribute solutions.
With Supervision2022, we have sought to define where our added value would lie in the future and how we would fulfil our duties in a fast-changing financial world, in a more integrated European Union. We also want to play a role in the shift to a more sustainable financial model.
An internal focus: a more modern regulator, with a redesigned supervision model
The AMF is implementing a revamped approach to its supervision that will improve monitoring and oversight of professionals. It is more risk-oriented, with shorter inspection formats (SPOT inspections) that make it possible to cover a larger number of market participants. This approach is based both on our knowledge of market participants and the in-depth analysis of transaction data that recent European directives and regulations have helped to develop.
The AMF is also seeking to be more modern and agile. It is developing and reinforcing the new skills that are essential for carrying out its tasks, acquiring new analysis tools and strengthening the digitisation of its processes, both in-house and in its dialogue interfaces with professionals.
Head of publications: The Executive Director of AMF Communication Directorate. Contact: Communication Directorate – Autorité des marches financiers 17 place de la Bourse – 75082 Paris cedex 02