Frequently Asked Questions on the website,
The answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the AMF website are given below. If you can’t find the information you are looking for, feel free to contact us using the form at the bottom of the page.
How can I contact the AMF?
There are several ways to contact the AMF, depending on what you want to do or say. Go to the “Contacts” page, accessible at the bottom of this page.
How can I find out about new content on the AMF website?
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Am I allowed to use content published on the AMF website?
Yes. You may use content published on the AMF website, provided you respect the terms and conditions set forth in “Legal & editorial” in the footer.
Where can I find regulations published by the AMF?
The AMF provides all its regulations, plus a selection of European rules and regulations, in the “Regulation” section in the main site menu. In particular, you can find the latest version of the General Regulation as well as the AMF’s archives and consolidated policy.
Where can I find AMF publications?
The AMF provides reports, newsletters, guides and public consultations. Go to the Publications section in the main menu.
Can I follow my mediation case on the AMF website?
Yes, you can track the progress of your mediation case on the site. Enter the user ID and password you received by post into the “Case tracker” box under the left-hand menu in the “AMF ombudsman” section”.