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Norway

Finfluencers and consumer protection

Article written by consumer coordinator Jo Gjedrem. Published in Dagens Næringsliv on 19 August 2021.

Lending practices for residential mortgages and consumer loans

Published: 30 December 2021 Document number: 1/2021 This circular applies to: Banks Mortgage companies Finance companies Insurers Pension funds Branches of foreign financial institutions Credit ins

Review of listed companies’ financial reporting in 2021

Published: 21 December 2021 In the report, Finanstilsynet provides information about completed review activities related to financial reporting and Finanstilsynet’s prioritised areas in the review

Risk Outlook – December 2021

The Norwegian and international economies have rebounded, but there is considerable uncertainty about the further path of the pandemic.

Improved profitability in Norwegian financial institutions after the first three quarters of 2021

After the first three quarters of 2021, both banks and insurers show a better performance than in the corresponding period of 2020.

Requirements for IRB models for banks, mortgage companies and finance companies

Published: 16 November 2021 Document number: 3/2021 This circular applies to: Banks Mortgage

Improved profitability for Norwegian financial institutions in the first half of 2021

Both banks and insurers showed a stronger performance in the first half of 2021 than in the corresponding period a year earlier.

Requirement for electronic reporting format for listed companies (ESEF)

ESEF (European Single Electronic Format) is a new electronic reporting format for listed companies on regulated markets, aiming to harmonise issuers’ reporting obligations.

Finanstilsynet (the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway) warns against investment offers promoted by Alkon Financial Consultancy Group Pte. Ltd. (Alkon Financial Group)

Alkon Financial Group is not authorised to provide investment services in Norway. This news item was originally published by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway (FSA NO).

Public consultation from EIOPA: Stress-Testing Institution for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORPs)

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published a Discussion Paper on the Methodological Framework for Stress-Testing Institution for Occupational Retirement Provisi

Risk Outlook – June 2021

In its Risk Outlook, Finanstilsynet emphasises the importance of banks retaining the strong financial position they have built up in recent years.

Inspection report – DNB Bank ASA

In February 2020, Finanstilsynet carried out an AML/CFT inspection at DNB Bank ASA. The purpose of the inspection was to follow up previous AML-related inspections.

Regulator Information

Abbreviation: FSA
Jurisdiction: Norway

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