FI will explore the possibility of advocating both nationally and internationally increased disclosure of firms’ internal carbon pricing.
A mutual benefit society is a society for mutual assistance which, without conducting commercial insurance operations, offers endowment, illness or pension insurance.
A pension foundation is a foundation founded by an employer with the exclusive purpose of safeguarding the payment of pension to employees or employees’ survivors. The foundation’s assets must therefore be invested prudently.
A firm that wants to conduct insurance business must first receive authorisation from FI in accordance with the Insurance Business Act (SFS 2010:2043). Authorisation can be granted to an insurance company, mutual insurance company or an insurance association.
Insurance intermediaries are covered by the Insurance Distribution Act (2018:1219).
From Monday, 2 December, to Tuesday, 10 December, all of FI’s reporting systems will experience service disruptions or closures due to planned maintenance and updates. The extent to which individual systems will be affected will vary.