Financial and Capital Market Commission

08.01.2014| Print

The Financial and Capital Market Commission is an autonomous public institution, which carries out the supervision of Latvian banks, credit unions, insurance companies and insurance brokerage companies, participants of financial instruments market, as well as private pension funds, payment institutions and electronic money institutions.

The Financial and Capital Market Commission ensures enhancing stability, competitiveness and development of the financial and capital markets as well as protection of the interests of investors, depositors and insured persons.

MISSION
Regulate and supervise the activities of the financial and capital markets and participants thereof, promote protection of the interests of investors, depositors and the insured persons as well as stability and development of the financial and capital markets.

VISION
A sound Latvian financial market integrated in the European Union common market, associated with professional, rigorous and fair supervision.

VALUES
Responsibility: we are aware of the impact of our activity on the performance ratios of individual market participants and overall financial system and we are responsible for protection of the interests of investors, depositors and the insured persons, as well as stability and development of the financial and capital markets

Openness: we are open to a dialogue before making decisions, available and cooperative, as well as we are able to professionally make use of our knowledge finding solutions to a wide spectrum of challenges.

Transparency/Publicity: we explain our decisions to the public in an explicit manner, complying with regulatory restrictions on the disclosure of information.