Danish Financial Supervisory Authority

The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (the Danish FSA) is the financial regulatory authority of the Danish government responsible for overseeing the banking sector, credit unions, leasing companies, and insurance companies.

The FSA has the power to license and supervise the activities of financial institutions, and must ensure that they comply with capital adequacy requirements, as well as other rules and regulations. It also has the power to register clearing and settlement systems as third country systems, and regularly conducts inspections of the financial institutions in Denmark. The Authority is also responsible for issuing warnings against companies and conducting thematic reviews of sustainability disclosures in prospectuses and key investor documents.


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