The Financial Supervisory Authority's experts compile a variety of reports based on information from regulated entities.
The Financial Supervisory Authority is host to the Insurance Complaints Committee and the Complaints Committee on Transactions with Financial Firms. .
Entities engaging in financial activities which are subject to licence are regulated by the Financial Supervisory Authority. Regulated entities include commercial banks, savings banks, credit institutions, securities firms, insurance companies, pension funds etc.
The Financial Supervisory Authority regularly publishes news of its activities, statistical information and Annual Reports.
The first meeting of the newly established Systemic Risk Committee was held yesterday. The role of the Committee, which works for the Financial Stability Council, is to make recommendations to the Council. The Committee is tasked with assessing the current situation and outlook for the financial system, systemic risk, and financial stability in Iceland. It is required to meet at least four times a year, as is provided for in the Act on the Financial Stability Council, no. 66/2014, dated 28 May 2014.
Various Laws and Regulations falling under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs translated to English.