Publications & Reports

Supervisory Strategy

The Financial Supervisory Authority of the Central Bank of Iceland publishes its Supervisory Strategy every three years.

The current Supervisory Strategy outlines the Bank's strategic priorities for 2022-2024. The Strategy is intended as a guidepost for development in the Central Bank's financial market supervision and the order of priority the Bank will follow in the years to come.

Provisions of insurance services in Iceland

Provision of insurance services in Iceland. A booklet that is intended to give an overview of Icelandic legislation and general good provisions that insurers from other EEA countries must bear in mind when providing services in Iceland. 

Insurance companies intending to provide cross border services in compulsory motor insurancy

Information for those foreign insurance companies intending to provide cross border services in Iceland in compulsory motor insurance. Insurance companies who intend to engage in insurance activity in compulsory motor insurance should have the information/requirements listed in this document in mind.

Preparation of risk assessment for money laundering and terrorist financing

The purpose of this best practice report is to communicate the knowledge possessed by the Central Bank concerning requirements for and best practices in both the preparation of obliged entities’ money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risk assessments and the regular monitoring of their customers. This report explains the requirements entailed in the Act on Measures to Prevent Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing and can therefore be useful to obliged entities’ boards of directors, management, supervisory units, and front-line employees

Preparation of risk assessment for money laundering and terrorist financing

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