|Address||No 3, West 13th St. Qeisar Aminpour Blvd,Saadatabad,Tehran,Iran|
|Contact Person|| Mr. Amirhamed Rezaei|
|FEAS Membership Status||Full Member|
TSE opened in February 1967. During its first year of activity, only six companies were listed in TSE. Then Government bonds and certain State-baked certificate were traded in the market.
The Tehran Stock Exchange has come a long way. Today TSE has evolved into an exciting and growing marketplace where individual and institutional investor trade securities of over 325 listed companies, 38 Industries, 11 ETFs, 175 mutual funds, 105 brokerage firms, 9 investment banks, 12 portfolio managers, 14 investment advisories.
|Board of Directors|
|Mohammad Ebrahim Mohammad Pourzarandi||Chairman of the Board|
|Mahmoudreza Khajeh Nasiri||Vice Chairman of the Board|
|Ali Akbar Amin Tafreshi||Member of the Board|
|Amirtaghikhan Tajrishi||Member of the Board|
|Seyyed Mehdi Sadidy||Member of the Board|
|Mohammadreza Sadeghi Moghaddam||Member of the Board|
|Solmaz Vazirzadeh||Member of the Board|
|Hassan Amiri||Supervisor of SEO|
|Ali Sahraee||CEO and President|
|Majid Norouzi||Vice President, Issuers and Members|
|Ali Abbas Karimi||Vice President, Development|
|Ali Alizadeh Giashi||Vice President, Administration|
|Mahmoud Goudarzi||Vice President, Market|
|Ali Beheshti||Director, Members Department|
|Shahram Daneshvar||Director, Internal Auditing|
|Tuba Dehghani Ahmadabad||Director, Issuers Department|
|Mahmoudreza Tahmasebpour||Director, Data Center|
|Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini||Director, Contracts and Legal Affairs Department|
|Mehran Mohammadi||Director,Organizational Excellence|
|Negar Nazari||Director, Structured Financial Products|
|Mohammadreza Shahnazari||Director, Market Surveillance Department|
|Hamid Rouhbakhsh Amoli Moghaddam||Director, Culture Development Department|
|Reza Kiani||Director, Research and Development Department|
|Samira Khoshnoud||Director, Equity Market Operations Department|
|Mohammadali Pouladi Baghbaderani||Director, Construction Development Department|
|Amirhamed Rezaei||Director, PR and International Department|
|Keivan Sheikhi||Director, Regional Floors Department|
|Mahmoudreza Tahmasebpour||Director, IT and Systems|
|Azadeh Yazdani||Director, Finance Department|
|Mahboubeh Jafary||Head, Financial Accounting Department|
|Soheila Mostofizadeh||Head, PR Department|
|Amir Yousefianpour||Head,International Affairs|
|Bayat Rayan Ins.||Statutory Auditor|
The new Securities Act which is more comprehensive and advanced than the previous one was passed on November 16, 2005 by the Iranian parliament to support investors’ rights and aimed at organizing, preserving and developing a transparent, fair and effective market.
Under the new Act, the Securities & Exchange High Council (Council) and the Securities and Exchange Organization (SEO) were introduced and created as regulators of Iranian capital market and TSE has been demutualized i.e. the membership organization entity was turned into a public joint stock company.
The Council is the highest authority and is responsible for all related policies, market strategies, and supervision of the market. The Chairman of the Council will be the Minister of Economy & Finance; other members are: Minister of Commerce, Governor of the Central Bank of Iran, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Attorney General, Chairman of SEO, representatives of the active market associations, three financial experts requested by the Minister of Economy & Finance and approved by the Council of Ministers, and one representative from each exchange.
The SEO will be responsible for administration and supervisory duties, governed by the Board of Directors. The SEO’s Board of Directors will be elected by the Council.
The capital stock of the Company is equal to the sum of 900 billion Rials, which is divided into 900 million registered common shares of 1000 Rials each. Shareholders of the Company shall be classified as follows:
Class one: Persons who have received the license for brokerage activities in compliance with the Stock Exchange Establishment Law  or those who shall receive the license for broker/dealer activities in compliance with the Securities Act  and shall be accepted as the members of the TSE.
Class two: Financial institutions other than brokerage firms who shall receive the activity license from the SEO.
Class three: All persons other than class one or two above.
The maximum percentage of shares belonging to each class of shareholders defined above will be determined by the SEO. At the moment no individual shareholder of any class can hold more than 2.5 percent of the Exchange’s total number of shares.
|Days||Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Saturday / Sunday /|