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The AMF is an independent public authority responsible for ensuring that savings invested in financial products are protected, providing investors with adequate information and supervising the orderly operation of markets.

Each year, the AMF publishes its action and supervisory priorities. In 2020, we will be focusing on the following matters:

  • attractiveness of financial markets
  • regulation and supervision of asset management
  • preparation of the post-Brexit era
  • sustainable finance
  • competitiveness of European financial centres in the digital sector
  • the AMF’s transformation

Our organisation

The AMF has two distinct collegial bodies: the Board and the Enforcement Committee. The AMF relies on consultative commissions and a Scientific Advisory Board.


The Autorité des Marchés Financiers has two distinct collegial bodies: the Board, chaired by the AMF Chairman, and the Enforcement Committee. The Chairman appoints a Secretary General.  Focus on our governance

The AMF plays a key role with French, European and international institutions, and this has become even more important in today’s globalised financial markets that call for the emergence of precise, consistent and harmonised international standards.