FCMC Annual Report and Activity Report 2015 published

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Riga, 01.08.2016

Press Release 

FCMC Annual Report and Activity Report 2015 published 

The Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) has published its Annual Report and Activity Report 2015 providing information on the performance both of the FCMC and market participants during the past year.

The report contains important information on the FCMC activities in area of financial sector supervision, as well as developments in the licensing and regulatory fields in 2015. The report also gives an insight into the principles of resolution mechanism and their implementation, gives information on the financial stability system based on the Deposit Guarantee Fund, the Fund for the Protection of the Insured, as well as on the system for protection of the financial instruments market customers and the financial stability fee. 

Information on the accomplishments relating to the FCMC cooperation at the national and international levels, input into raising the public awareness and financial literacy level during 2015 is provided in the annual report. The FCMC governance and structure, staff policy and financing for the FCMC activities are also among the issues covered by the report. 

In the foreword the FCMC Chairman Pēters Putniņš points out, “The year 2015 can be viewed as a time line segment bringing important challenges to the vector of further development of Latvia’s financial sector and its watchdog, FCMC. In those situations we have chosen the right direction towards changes”. 

Annual Report and Activity Report 2015 available at: http://www.fktk.lv/en/publications/annual-reports/2015/5889-annual-report-and-activity-report-2015-of-the-financial-and-capital-market-commission.html



Further information:

Agnese Līcīte

Public Relations Specialist

Communications Division 

Financial and Capital Market Commission 

Telephone: +371 67774808, +371 29467009



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