The Jasdaq Securities Exchange for venture firms, run by the Japan Securities Dealers Association, was ordered Tuesday to improve its internal controls, the Financial Services Agency said.
The bourse’s risk management for computer failures is insufficient, the regulator said in a statement. The Jasdaq must prepare a plan to improve its controls and report how measures are being implemented every three months starting July 31, the FSA said.
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