Financial Supervision Commission

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The Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) (Manx: Barrantee Oaseirys Argidoil) was the financial regulator of the Isle of Man.

The commission was established in 1983. The Chairman was previously a Member of Tynwald until 2004 when legislation forbid this.

In 2015, the FSC merged with the Insurance and Pensions Authority (IPA) to form the Financial Services Authority (IOMFSA).[1]

Chairmen[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official IOMFSA website
  2. ^ Membership of the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority

External links[edit]