Result

2020

FI withdraws the authorisation of investment firm Exceed

Finansinspektion (FI) immediately withdraws the authorisation for Exceed Capital Sverige AB. Under FI’s decision, the company loses all its authorisations and may no longer conduct regulated business. The decision will be presented by FI Director General Erik Thedéen and Chief Legal Counsel Eric Leijonram at a press conference today, Tuesday, 2 June, at 2:00 PM.

Withdrawn authorisation for Exceed Capital Sverige AB

Finansinspektionen withdraws all Exceed Capital Sverige AB’s (Exceed) authorisations to conduct securities business and its authorisation for ancillary services, authorisation to conduct insurance distribution, and authorisation to be registered as a manager of fund units.

Wednesday, 3 June: Possible operational disruptions in the Reporting Portal

2020-06-01 | Reporting

There can be operational disruptions in the Reporting Portal during the morning hours due to an update. The reporting systems linked to the portal may be affected by the update.

Financial reporting supervision

2020-05-28 | Sanctions

Finansinspektionen intervens when issuers subject to Chapter 16, section 1, first paragraph of the Securities Market Act (2007:528) do not prepare their financial statements in accordance with current regulations. We issue a caution and an order of correction. We can also decide on an administrative fine and can combine the order with a fine.

Global sustainability network NGFS publishes status report and guide for supervisors

The global sustainability network NGFS (Network for Greening the Financial System) is publishing today a report on how banks around the world consider climate-related risks in their lending. The report shows that this is occurring more frequently, but it is at the same time difficult to see which loans constitute a lower risk. This is because, for example, there is no international classification and a shared perception of which assets are “green” and “brown”.

Capital requirements of Swedish banks as of Q1 2020

Finansinspektionen publishes the capital requirements of the largest Swedish banks and credit institutions that belong to supervisory categories 1 and 2 as of the end of Q1 2020.

JM receives a caution and an order to follow financial reporting rules

JM has been in violation of the international financial reporting standard IFRS 10 in its consolidated financial statements for 2017 by not including – consolidating – tenant-owners associations during the so-called production phase. FI is issuing JM a caution and ordering the company to take corrective action in future financial statements. The correction shall be implemented no later than in the company’s half-yearly report for 2020.

Trado Tek

2020-05-13

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Periodic reporting will be closed Thursday 7 May, 8 am – 12 am

2020-05-05 | Reporting

Due to maintenance, the system of periodic reporting will be closed on Thursday 7 May from 8 am until 12 am.

New collection of data in EIOPA’s ongoing impact assessment of the Solvency II Review

2020-05-05 | Coronavirus EIOPA ESMA

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) will collect new data for its ongoing impact assessment to assess the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Girofx

2020-04-30

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FI resumes work on supervision investigations

2020-04-28 | Coronavirus News Markets

FI decided on 1 April given the acute stage of the coronavirus pandemic to extend the freeze on new supervision investigations until 3 May. This decision will not be extended again, which means that the freeze on ongoing supervision meetings, investigations and information gathering will be lifted starting on 4 May.

EU authority publishes consumer guides on insurance

2020-04-27 | Coronavirus EIOPA News

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published a consumer guide with tips that target insurance customers.

EIOPA on principles for mitigating the effects of the coronavirus pandemic in the occupational pensions sector

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published a statement on principles that national competent authorities should consider to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the occupational pensions sector.

FI issues Skandia Liv a warning

Skandia Liv has not calculated its capital need and commitments to its customers realistically or correctly for several years. This has entailed that the company’s customer protection and the company’s solvency have not been fairly assessed. Skandia Liv is therefore receiving a warning and an administrative fine of SEK 35 million.

Skandia Liv receives a warning and an administrative fine

2020-04-22 | Sanctions Insurance

Skandia, ömsesidigt (Skandia Liv ) receives a warning and must pay an administrative fine of SEK 35 million.

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