Result

2017

SEB is issued a remark and must pay an administrative fine

2017-06-20 | Markets

Finansinspektionen (FI) has found that SEB has reported transactions improperly and that there have been deficiencies in the internal control of transaction reporting. SEB is therefore being issued a remark and must pay an administrative fine of SEK 12 million.

FI:s response to the EU Consultation on FinTech: A more competitive and innovative European Financial Sector

Finansinspektionen has responded to the Commission Consultation Document on FinTech: A more competitive and innovative European Financial Sector.

New page about transaction reporting for MiFID2/MiFIR

2017-05-17 | News Reporting MiFID

A new webpage is now available with information about the transaction reporting required under MiFID 2/MiFIR.

Test reporting in the TRS2 system

2017-05-17 | Reporting MiFID Markets

Tests will initially be on an early version of the system. The focus at the start will be on testing connectivity and confirming that it is possible to submit files and receive feedback. One external test environment will be available. It will be updated with new versions of the system several times during the year.

Transaction Reporting MiFID2/MiFIR

2017-05-17 | Reporting MiFID Markets

Starting in January 2018, new rules will go into effect for the securities market in the EU through MiFID 2 and MiFIR. The new regulations apply to all firms providing investment services or activities in the EU.

Notification

2017-05-03 | Markets Insurance Bank

A financial institution that is authorised in another EEA State may conduct financial activities in Sweden if it is within the scope of a relevant EU Single Market Directive. In order to do so, the institution must first contact its home-state regulator which will notify Finansinspektionen.

Notification

2017-05-03 | Markets Insurance Bank

A financial institution that is authorised in another EEA State may conduct financial activities in Sweden if it is within the scope of a relevant EU Single Market Directive. In order to do so, the institution must first contact its home-state regulator which will notify Finansinspektionen.

Notification

2017-05-03 | Markets Insurance Bank

A financial institution that is authorised in another EEA State may conduct financial activities in Sweden if it is within the scope of a relevant EU Single Market Directive. In order to do so, the institution must first contact its home-state regulator which will notify Finansinspektionen.

Supervision of the Swedish Securities Market (2017)

2017-03-10 | Reports Markets

In 2016, FI's analysis of trends and risks on the securities market focused on the subareas fixed income market, derivatives market and equity market.

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