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The FISA Statutes provide a clear separation between strategic and oversight functions on the one hand and executive, operational and administrative functions on the other. The Congress is FISA’s supreme and legislative body. The Council is the strategic and oversight body, and the general secretariat is the executive, operational and administrative body of FISA. The standing committees advise and assist the Council and the general secretariat in fulfilling their duties, while the independent committees conduct their activities and perform their duties entirely independently but always in the interest of FISA and in accordance with the Statutes and regulations of FISA.
FISA’s nine standing committees report to the FISA Council, advising and assisting the Council in their respective fields of function. The composition and structure, including qualification and number of members fulfilling independence criteria as well as the specific duties and powers of the individual committees, shall be stipulated in the FISA Governance Regulations. For more information on the standing committees, please see the pages below or articles 39-48 of the FISA Statutes.
AUDIT AND COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE
The Audit and Compliance Committee, including the Compensation Sub-Committee, is one of the four independent committees of FISA. The Audit and Compliance Committee shall consist of at least three and not more than seven members, all of whom must not belong to any other FISA body. They should be knowledgeable and experienced in financial and/or regulatory and legal matters and may not be involved in any decision affecting the operations of FISA. The chairperson, deputy chairperson and members of the Audit and Compliance Committee shall fulfil the independence criteria as defined by the FISA Governance Regulations. They are elected by the FISA Congress to terms lasting four years, for a maximum of three terms. For more information on the independent committees, please see article xxx of the FISA Statutes as well as articles xxx and xxx of the FISA Governance Regulations.
The Appeal, Disciplinary and Ethics Committees are FISA’s judicial bodies and are three of FISA’s four independent committees. The three judicial bodies are to be composed in such a way that the members have the knowledge, abilities and specialist experience that is necessary for the due completion of their tasks. The chairperson, deputy chairperson and members of the committees shall fulfil the independence criteria as defined by the FISA Governance Regulations. They are elected by the FISA Congress to terms lasting four years, for a maximum of three terms. For more information on the independent committees, please see article xxx of the FISA Statutes as well as articles xxx and xxx of the FISA Governance Regulations.
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