Financial regulators face the challenges presented by crypto-assets
Crypto-assets are becoming an increasingly important part of financial markets worldwide. Digital currencies no longer leave investors indifferent, given the technological innovations they bring to international trade. In the Central African sub-region, crypto assets are used in the public securities market. However, the activity is not regulated, one of the risks feared by COSUMAF. The CEMAC body organised a meeting of players in the field in a number of countries in the sub-region, notably Cameroon, to raise awareness of sustainable finance and the risks associated with crypto assets.