The Palestine Capital Market Authority was established as an autonomous agency by law no. (13) Of the year (2004).
The PCMA aims to create the appropriate environment to achieve stability and growth in the capital market and protect the rights of consumers, by regulating, developing, and supervising the activities of the non-banking financial sectors subject to the supervision of the PCMA represented in the sectors of insurance, securities, financial leasing and financial mortgage. In its five-year strategic plan (2021-2025), the PCMA seeks to promote financial technology through a set of projects that focus on providing the necessary operational and regulatory environment to encourage financial innovations, and to develop and operate the Regulatory Sandbox.
The latest publications issued by the PCMA that provide those interested with an opportunity to view the performance of the non-banking financial sectors
The PCMA’s efforts in achieving financial inclusion and employing governance and financial technology in the non-banking financial sector
You can contact PCMA through the channels indicated below