Finansinspektionen (FI) has decided that Reinhold Europe AB must pay an administrative fine of SEK 750,000.
Finansinspektionen (FI) has decided that StrateVic Finance Group AB must pay an administrative fine of SEK 1,500,000.
Documentation of the financial reporting supervision for periodic financial information that NASDAQ Stockholm was responsible for up through 2018.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) regularly publishes supervision decisions regarding issuers’ financial reports that are made by individual countries’ supervision organs and that all EU countries have at a later date committed their support to publish.
Monitoring of periodic financial information (financial reporting supervision) helps both provide protection for investors and generate confidence in the capital market. The supervision should also ensure that the accounting regulations are applied in a harmonised manner in all regulated markets within the EEA.
Sustainability-related risks and opportunities do not differ from the other risks and opportunities that can be linked to financial firms’ operations. Therefore, sustainability should not be managed in limited areas of corporate governance, but rather be an integral part of corporate governance as a whole. In this survey, FI studied how financial firms describe their management of sustainability aspects in corporate governance and how these aspects are integrated into the operations.
Pursuant to the Supervision of Public-Interest Entities (Audit) Act (2016:429), FI is responsible for conducting certain audit supervision activities. FI has conducted an investigation into this supervisory area in 2017. This report provides an overview of the investigation’s results and describes FI’s view on how the regulations can be applied.
Trig Social Media AB has, in an interim report, on a number of points neglected the provisions regarding periodic financial information. Finansinspektionen has therefore decided to issue the company with a caution for having breached the accounting rules.
As of 2005, all listed companies – financial and other – in the entire EU should apply the new international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS) to their consolidated financial statements. Even if the new standards were applied to a limited extent before 2005, they entail a large, practical readjustment for both companies and investors.