IME Joins World Federation of Exchanges
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IME Joins World Federation of Exchanges

Iran Mercantile Exchange has become a member of World Federation of Exchanges, the head of Iran Securities and Exchange Organization, Mohammad Fetanat, announced on Thursday. According to Fetanat, the lifting of sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear energy program has provided the country with the opportunity to join global exchanges, Bourse Press reported. WFE is a trade association of 64 publicly-regulated stocks, futures and options exchanges. The 54-year-old London-based organization organizes committees, meetings, general assemblies, conferences and workshops for its members to transfer knowhow and share expertise.

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