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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is an independent non-governmental body, given statutory powers by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. It is a company limited by guarantee and financed by the financial services industry. .See Details
Registration Number: 130602
The GKFX Financial Services Ltd. Frankfurt Branch is at the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority registered.
Registration Number: 556873 - 1326
Finansinspektionen (FI) is a central administrative authority with about 300 employees. These include lawyers, economists, statisticians, analysts and actuaries. More than half of the employees are women. The Board, which has eight members including the Director General, is appointed by the government agency responsible for financial regulation in Sweden. Swedish government agency responsible for financial regulation in Sweden. It is responsible for the oversight, regulation and authorisation of financial markets and their participants. The agency falls under the Swedish Ministry of Finance and regulates all organisations that provide financial services in Sweden.
Registration Number: 256/2004
The CNB is the central bank of the Czech Republic and the supervisor of the Czech financial market. It is established under the Constitution of the Czech Republic and carries out its activities in compliance with Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank (pdf, 137 kB) and other regulations. It is an entity governed by public law having its registered address in Prague. It is vested with the powers of an administrative authority to the extent stipulated by law. It manages the assets entrusted to it by the state independently and with due diligence. Interventions in its activities are only permissible on the basis of a law. The supreme governing body of the CNB is the Bank Board, consisting of the CNB Governor, two Vice-Governors and four Bank Board members. All Bank Board members are appointed by the President of the Czech Republic for a term of six years.
Under Article 98 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic and Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank, as amended, the primary objective of the CNB is to maintain price stability. Achieving and maintaining price stability, i.e. creating a low-inflation environment in the economy, is the central bank’s ongoing contribution to the creation of conditions for sustainable economic growth. Central bank independence is a prerequisite for effective monetary instruments conducive to price stability. Without prejudice to its primary objective, the CNB also supports the general economic policies of the Government.
In accordance with its primary objective, the CNB sets monetary policy, issues banknotes and coins and manages the circulation of currency, the payment system and settlement between banks. It also performs supervision of the banking sector, the capital market, the insurance industry, pension funds, credit unions and electronic money institutions, as well as foreign exchange supervision. As a central bank the CNB provides banking services to the state and the public sector. It maintains the accounts of organisations connected to the state budget, including revenue and customs authorities, the Czech Social Security Administration, labour offices, subsidised organisations, state funds and accounts connected to the budget of the European Communities. Under authorisation from the Ministry of Finance, the CNB conducts transactions relating to government securities. The CNB’s headquarters is in Prague. Seven regional branches are located in Prague, Ústí nad Labem, Plzeň, České Budějovice, Hradec Králové, Brno and Ostrava.
Registration Number: 591922
Národná banka Slovenska is the central bank of the Slovak Republic.
Since 1 January 2009, National Bank of Slovakia has been part of the Eurosystem. In cooperation with the European Central Bank and central banks of the euro area countries, it maintains the price stability. Within the Eurosystem, National Bank of Slovakia fulfils tasks related to:
Registration Number: 2915
The Italian Securities and Exchange Commission (CONSOB) was founded 1974 through legislation merging the functions and jurisdictions that until then had been part of the Italian Ministry of Treasury. This was primarily power to monitor the securities markets.
CONSOB carries out several functions:
Registration Number: 73447
The AMF (French Financial Market Authority) was created by the merger of the COB (Commission des Operations de Bourse - French stock market regulator) and the CMF (Conseil des Marchés Financiers, Financial Markets Council), grouped for the sake of streamlining. The AMF's mission is to ensure the protection of savings invested in financial instruments, information for investors and the proper functioning of financial instruments markets.
The AMF regulates and supervises all financial transactions involving listed companies. It allows the creation of unit trusts (SICAV) and mutual funds (FCP) and approves asset management firms at the time of their creation. It defines the regulatory operations framework for market companies (stock exchanges, settlement-delivery systems) and investment firms, and more generally for investment services professionals.
The AMF may conduct inspections or investigations and if necessary sanction violators.
Registration Number: *
The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) has been responsible for supervising the operation of the financial markets since 1 March 2002. This means that AFM supervises the conduct of the entire financial market sector: savings, investment, insurance and loans. By supervising the conduct of the financial markets, AFM aims to make a contribution to the efficient operation of these markets.
*no existing registration numbers for AFM registers.
Registration Number: 71
The Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV) is the agency in charge of supervising and inspecting the Spanish Stock Markets and the activities of all the participants in those markets. It was created by the Securities Market Law, which instituted in-depth reforms of this segment of the Spanish financial system. Law 37/1998 updated the aforementioned Law and established a regulatory framework that is fully in line with the requirements of the European Union and favour the development of European Stock Markets. The purpose of the CNMV is to ensure the transparency of the Spanish market and the correct formation of prices in them and to protect investors. The CNMV promotes the disclosure of any information required to achieve these ends by any means at its disposal; for this purpose, it uses the latest in computer equipment and constantly monitors the improvements provided by technological progress.The main beneficiaries of the CNMV's work are Spanish investors, to whom we must assure adequate protection. To this end, the CNMV focuses particularly on improving the quality of information disclosure to the market, and particular efforts are made in the area of auditing and in developing new disclosure requirements relating to remuneration schemes for directors and executives that are linked to the price of the shares of the company where they work.
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