Bodies

Committees and subcommittees

More than 1,000 people appointed by member institutions take part in our committees and subcommittees. They are volunteers who help us build the future of our markets with the following responsibilities:

  • Discuss improvements in regulation;
  • Present to the Board issues discussed by the market;
  • Develop norms that make up our self-regulation;
  • Evaluate suggestions to be sent to public hearings of regulators.

We have committees of representation, products and services and support to governance, which help the Board in the execution of ANBIMA’s commitments.

Representation
Treasury Affairs
Distribution of Retail Products
Corporate Finance
Equity Funds
Credit Rights Investment Funds
Private-Equity Funds (FIP)
Fixed-Income and Multimarket Funds
Wealth Management
Market
Private Banking
Treasury Products
Real-estate Products
Selic Representation
Qualified Services to Capital Markets

Products and Services
Certification
Investor Education
Asset Pricing
Market Indicators

Support
Compliance
Legal Affairs
Fiscal and Accounting Issues
Macroeconomic Monitoring

Supervision bodies

In order to give support to supervision activities of markets, we count on the help of two kinds of bodies:

Monitoring Commissions

They are made up of professionals from our member institutions and have the following responsibilities:

  • Guide the performance of our Market Supervision department;
  • Review and deliberate on reports prepared by our Market Supervision’s team;
  • Forward to councils the technical analysis of investigations on institutions that do not comply with the codes’ requirements.

Mutual Funds
Private-Equity Funds (FIP) and Venture Capital Funds (FIEE)
Capital Market
Private Banking
Trading of Financial Instruments
Qualified Services
Distribution of Retail Products
Continuing Certification Program
Wealth Management

 

Regulation and Best Practices Councils

They are formed mostly by representatives of market entities and by other members appointed by our Board. Their responsibilities:

  • Establish and review processes involving institutions that follow the self-regulation codes.
  • Issue resolutions and guidance opinions regarding the self-regulation codes.

Mutual Funds
Private-Equity Funds (FIP) and Venture Capital Funds (FIEE)
Private Banking
Wealth Management
Certification
Trading of Financial Instruments
Qualified Services
Distribution of Retail Products