Financial instruments are monetary contracts between parties

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Financial Instruments (FIs) transform EU resources under the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) into financial products such as loans, guarantees, equity and other risk-bearing mechanisms. These are then used to support economically viable projects which promote EU policy objectives.

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In order to foster better understanding of the purpose and objectives of the FIEA, which strikes a balance between user protection and user convenience, the Financial Services Agency and the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission published "Our Answers to Your Questions about the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act," on February 21, 2008, which sets out the authorities’ views on frequently asked questions and common misunderstandings regarding the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

Later, on July 31, 2007, the "Cabinet Order on the Development, etc. of Relevant Cabinet Orders for Enforcement of the Act for the Amendment of the Securities and Exchange Act, etc. and the Act for the Development, etc. of Relevant Acts for Enforcement of the Act for the Amendment of the Securities and Exchange Act, etc." were approved by the Cabinet. On the same day, cabinet orders, cabinet office ordinances, etc. concerning the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (FIEA) were published, and the FIEA, which incorporates these amendments, took effect on September 30, 2007.