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This category lists those government and quasi-government institutions that regulate banks, finance and insurance companies, and others in the financial industry. However, this category does not list central banks or finance ministries, which are listed elsewhere.- Category ID : 438006
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Panama - Superintendencia de Bancos

Some information in English, mostly in Spanish.
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Chile - Superintendencia de Valores y Seguros

The Chilean securities and insurance regulator, with copies of most financial laws, and more content in Spanish.
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Italy - Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa

CONSOB is the public authority responsible for regulating the Italian securities market, the activity of which is aimed at the protection of the investing public.
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Bulgaria - Financial Supervision Commission

Unifies the regulatory functions formerly performed by the former State Securities Commission, the State Insurance Supervision Agency and the Insurance Supervision Agency.
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Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets

Autoriteit Financiële Markten. Includes a warning list of those known to be offering financial services without proper authorization.
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Japan - Financial Services Agency

The FSA is responsible for ensuring the stability of the financial system in Japan, protection of depositors, insurance policy-holders and securities investors.
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Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority

Finansinspektionen is responsible for supervising companies in the insurance, credit and securities markets.
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France - Autorité des marchés financiers

A subset of the notices and rules are available in English, most only in French.
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Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering

Inter-governmental body developing and promoting policies to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. Includes a summary of the FATF country evaluations.
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China Securities Regulatory Commission

The CSRC is the executive branch of State Council Securities Commission, which is the central market regulation authority.
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Portuguese Insurance Institute

Instituto de Seguros de Portugal is the body that controls and supervises the business of insurance and reinsurance, pension funds and brokerage.
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Turkey - Capital Markets Board of Turkiye

The regulatory and supervisory authority in charge of the securities markets in Turkey
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Malaysia - Securities Commission of Malaysia

Combined Malaysian regulator with the aim of protecting the investor, and encouraging and promoting the development of the securities and futures markets in Malaysia.
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United Kingdom - Financial Services Authority

Regulator of all providers of financial services in the UK; Bank of England retains responsibility for systemic risk.
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Isle of Man - Financial Supervision Commission

Manx body responsible for the licensing and supervision of banks, building societies, investment business, collective investment schemes and corporate service providers.
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Iceland - Financial Supervisory Authority

The Fjármálaeftirlitsins is responsible for the official regulation and supervision of financial operations in Iceland.
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Estonia - Finantsinspektsioon

Papers and rules by the Financial Supervision Authority, an autonomous agency of the Bank of Estonia.
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Gibraltar - Financial Services Commission

Statutory body corporate established by the 1989 Financial Services Commission Ordinance.
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Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority

With information about the legal position of NAMFISA, its consumer education bulletins, and an online complaints form.
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South Africa - Financial Services Board

Regulating insurers, intermediaries, retirement funds, friendly societies, unit trust schemes, management companies, and financial markets.
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Papua New Guinea - Securities Commission of Papua New Guinea

The SCPNG is a division of the Investment Promotion Authority.
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Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority

APRA is the prudential regulator of banks, insurance companies and superannuation funds, credit unions, building societies and friendly societies.
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Australian Securities and Investment Commission

Enforces company and financial services laws to protect consumers, investors and creditors; regulates and informs the public about Australian companies, financial markets, financial services organisations and professionals who deal and advise in investments, superannuation, insurance, deposit taking and credit.
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Austrian Financial Market Authority

Combines the former regulatory roles of the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Austrian Securities Authority (Bundes-Wertpapier-Aufsicht).
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Hong Kong - Office of the Commissioner of Insurance

Regulatory body set up for the administration of the Insurance Companies Ordinance.
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Latvia - Securities Markets Commission of the Republic of Latvia

Ensuring overall stability in the financial and capital markets.
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International Organization of Securities Commissions

Has as members the individual securities regulators.
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Brazil - Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil

Comissão de Valores Mobiliários, with a section of regulations of interest to foreign investors.
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Society of Financial Examiners

Professional society for examiners of insurance companies, banks, savings and loans, and credit unions.
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South Korea - Korea Financial Supervisory Commission

Lists recent proposals and initiatives, with links to English versions. More in Korean.
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Bangladesh - Securities and Exchange Commission

Mission is to protect the interests of securities investors; develop fair, transparent and efficient securities markets; and ensure proper compliance with securities laws.
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Norway - Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway

The Finanstilsynet, with limited content in English, mostly in Norwegian.
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Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA)

The single supervisory authority for the Belgian financial sector.

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