Financial reporting supervision


NASDAQ’s supervision 2008–2018

Documentation of the financial reporting supervision for periodic financial information that NASDAQ Stockholm was responsible for up through 2018.

Excerpts from European Enforcers Coordination Sessions decision database – for harmonised financial reporting supervision in the EU

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) regularly publishes supervision decisions regarding issuers’ financial reports that are made by individual countries’ supervision organs and that all EU countries have at a later date committed their support to publish.


About financial reporting supervision

Monitoring of periodic financial information (financial reporting supervision) helps both provide protection for investors and generate confidence in the capital market. The supervision should also ensure that the accounting regulations are applied in a harmonised manner in all regulated markets within the EEA.