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The Minister of State received the members of the Financial Activities Control Commission (CCAF) for a working lunch.
Established by Law No. 1.338 of 7 September 2007 on financial activities, the CCAF is an independent administrative authority responsible for supervising the financial activities of the Monegasque square.
Chaired by Jacques-Henri David, the Commission is composed of 9 members:
A magistrate and a Government Commissioner participate in the meetings of the Commission without voting rights.
The Commission, in complete independence and under the authority of its President:
For more information: http://www.ccaf.mc/en
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