Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority

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Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA)
Finanssivalvonta (Fiva)
Finansinspektionen (FI)
Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority logo.png
Agency overview
FormedJanuary 1,  2009 (2009 -01-01)
HeadquartersHelsinki, Finland
Agency executive
  • Ms. Anneli Tuominen, Director General

The Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA; in Finnish: Finanssivalvonta [Fiva]; in Swedish: Finansinspektionen [FI]) is the financial regulatory authority of the Finnish government, responsible for the regulation of financial markets in Finland.


The Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA) was established on 1 January 2009, following a merger of the former Financial Supervision Authority and the Insurance Supervisory Authority. FIN-FSA operates in connection with the Bank of Finland. The predecessor of the Financial Supervision Authority was the Banking Supervision Office (in Finnish: Rahoitustarkastuslaitos [Rata]; also then in Swedish: Finansinspektionen [FI]).[1]

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The building of FIN-FSA in Kruunun­haka, Helsinki.


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