Annual Report (Fiva) (2009- )

 

Recent Submissions

  • Financial Supervisory Authority; FIN-FSA (2021)
    Year 2020 in figures 3 Director General’s review 4 Summary of FIN-FSA’s activities in 2020 9 State of financial markets 10 Supervision responsive to changing operating environment 16 Themes of 2020 24 Fast decisions supported banks’ resilient operation in exceptional circumstances 26 Unemployment funds coped through coronavirus pandemic despite record growth in number of applications and claims expenses 30 Digital finance gaining ground – European Commission strategy to accelerate development 33 Risk-based approach is a cornerstone of anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing 36 Suspicions of market manipulation and abuse of inside information are detected and investigated increasingly effectively 39 Management and personnel 42 Board 43 Management Group 45 Financial Supervisory Authority in brief 47 Strategy of the Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA) 2020−2022 49 Appendices Total number of supervised and other fee-paying entities 50 Expenses and funding 51 Set supervision fees 52 Processing fees 53 Case management 54 Unless otherwise indicated, all texts refer to the year under review 2020
  • Financial Supervisory Authority; FIN-FSA (2020)
    Director General’s review ....... 3 State of financial markets ....... 7 Supervision responsive to changes in operating environment ...... 11 FIN-FSA’s themes in 2019 Report on means to prevent excessive household indebtedness ....... 15 Management of disability risk by pension insurance companies ...... 17 Green Deal and the supervisory perspective ....... 19 EU banking legislation to complete the Basel III recommendations in preparation ...... 21 Fund liquidity issues ....... 24 Audit committees’ activities were assessed ...... 26 Responsible utilisation of data in the financial sector ...... 27 Management and personnel ...... 29 Board ...... 30 Management Group ...... 32 Financial Supervisory Authority in brief ....... 34 Financial Supervisory Authority strategy 2020–2022 ...... 36 Appendices Total number of supervised and other fee-paying entities ....... 37 Expenses and funding...... 38 Set supervision fees ....... 39 Processing fees...... 40 Journal ....... 41 Unless otherwise indicated, all texts refer to the year under review 2019.
  • Finanssivalvonta; Finansinspektionen; Financial Supervisory Authority (2019)
    Financial Supervisory Authority in brief 2 Director General’s Review 4 Strategy 2017–2019 6 State of financial markets 7 Supervision responsive to changes in operating environment 10 Anti-money laundering 13 Regulation related to virtual currencies to be developed 14 Macroprudential measures were applied to strengthen the risk resilience of credit institutions and households 16 Board 18 Management Group 19 Appendices 20
  • Finanssivalvonta; Finansinspektionen; Financial Supervisory Authority (2018)
  • Financial Supervisory Authority (2017)
    The Financial Supervisory Authority in brief 2 Director General’s review 3 Strategy 2017−2019 5 The operating environment and financial position of supervised entities 6 Financial sector’s turn to digitalise itself 8 Supervised entities’ strong risk resilience and high-quality governance 10 High-quality customer and investor protection 12 Market Abuse Regulation: more extensive reporting on managers’ transactions and broader sphere of closely associated persons 14 Productive cooperation between supervisors and other authorities 15 The regulatory year in brief 16 Improving operational efficiency and development of operations 18 Board 20 Management group 21 Appendices 22