AFM Strategy 2020-2022

In order to continue to fulfil its role as supervisory authority in an effective manner, the AFM must continually adapt. The AFM is doing this with a revised strategy for 2020-2022, building on the strengthening of supervision in recent years.

Proactive, data driven and influential

The financial playing field is becoming more international and increasingly driven by technology. New trading platforms with super-fast trading based on algorithms pose new supervisory challenges. The AMF's strategy document outlines the focus areas of the AFM in the coming years. The AFM’s strategy for 2020-2022 builds on the renewal and strengthening of its supervision initiated in recent years, and includes adaptation to external developments. The AFM’s supervision covers four areas: financial services, capital markets, asset management and auditing. The strategy sets the key priority in each area for the coming years. The AFM aims to achieve its supervisory targets by being proactive, data driven and influential.

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