FIN-FSA receives good grades from its interested parties 

According to its interested parties, the Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA) is valued and considered having successfully strengthened market confidence. However, the interested parties wish for more pro-active regulation and better dialogue. The insurance sector is most critical of FIN-FSA.
Read more on the survey of interested parties

European Commission consultation on the impact of IFRSs in the EU 

The European Commission is holding a public consultation to seek views from all interested parties on the effects of using IFRSs. On the basis of the results, the Commission will re-evaluate the IAS Regulation. Read more

Financial sector enhances its capital adequacy – investor protection must be ensured 

The European Supervisory Authorities EBA, EIOPA and ESMA have issued a reminder to banks and insurance companies on their obligations to ensure investor protection. Banks have already launched such products in the market as are designed to prepare them for the new capital adequacy regulations and enhance their capital adequacy. Read more

Latest publications and information releases

For financial customers 

Basic data on products and services available in financial markets is available at


 FIN-FSA warning lists

In case of problems, please contact:

  • The Finnish Financial Ombudsman Bureau (Bank, Insurance and Securities Complaint Boards)
  • Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority
     Consumer advisory services
  • The FIN-FSA consumer helpline for users of banking, investment and insurance services Tuesdays, 9 to 10 am and Thursdays 2 to 3 pm.
    Tel. 0800-0-5099 (within Finland)
     Read more

To listed companies 

On the site for listed companies, we have gathered information on

  • the prospectus
  • the disclosure obligation
  • the obligation to disclose holdings 
  • the instructions concerning insiders