The IP addresses for the production and test environment will change for TRSII SFTP. This change will go into effect on 24 February.
FI will explore the possibility of advocating both nationally and internationally increased disclosure of firms’ internal carbon pricing.
On 17 February 2020, FI is introducing a new portal for reporting stock exchange information (previously called “financial reports”) and major shareholding notifications. The new log-in requires BankID and will completely replace the old method of logging in. However, the reporting procedure itself has not been altered and reports are submitted exactly the same way as before.
Operating a securities business in Sweden requires authorisation in accordance with the Securities Market Act (2007:528).
Rules regarding authorisation for stock exchanges are set out in the Securities Market Act (2007:528). The Act specifies the fundamental requirements that are placed on the business. There are also a number of EU regulations that contain additional requirements.
Providing data reporting services as APA providers, ARM providers or CTP providers requires authorisation in accordance with the Securities Market Act (2007:528). The Act specifies the fundamental rules that apply to the operations.
Conducting clearing and settlement business on the financial markets requires authorisation from Finansinspektionen.
Finansinspektionen (FI) is the competent authority under the BMR. This means that FI assesses the applications, registrations and notifications that can or must be submitted according to the regulation. As the competent authority, FI shall also conduct supervision of administrators, contributors and users.
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.
The low interest rates are expected to remain low for a longer period of time. It could lead to greater risk-taking among various actors, and increased challenges for insurance undertakings.
Finansinspektionen (FI) strengthened its anti-money laundering supervision in 2019, in part by dedicating considerable resources to reviewing major Swedish banks’ governance and control of anti-money laundering measures in Baltic subsidiaries.
Finansinspektionen is granting Euroclear Sweden AB authorisation to act as a central securities depository under Regulation (EU) No 909/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014 on improving securities settlement in the European Union and on central securities depositories (CSDR).
Transparency on the Swedish bond markets has decreased. This is the conclusion of Finansinspektionen’s (FI) analysis of the impact of the transparency rules that were introduced when the Directive and the Regulation for the securities market entered into force in 2018.
A disorderly and abrupt increase in international market rates could lead to significantly higher term and equity risk premia. This is the conclusion of an analysis conducted by FI.