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2020-03-18 | Markets

Here you will find information about how to contact FI’s Innovation Center.


2020-03-18 | Markets

Here you can see a list of the authorisations that may be needed for certain types of activities.

Innovation-related cooperation

2020-03-18 | Markets

We cooperate with other governmental authorities to exchange knowledge and follow the development of innovations on the financial market.

How the Innovation Center works

2020-03-18 | Markets

We are an easy point of contact for companies. We offer a simple dialogue for questions related to financial innovation.

About the Innovation Center

2020-03-18 | Markets

We are the first point of contact for companies that are unsure about the regulations, processes and principles that apply to financial innovations.

FI’s Innovation Center

2020-03-18 | Markets

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Decision by FI’s Board of Directors: the countercyclical buffer rate is lowered to zero

During an extraordinary meeting today, Monday, 16 March, FI’s Board of Directors decided to adopt a countercyclical buffer rate of 0 per cent in accordance with the proposal presented on Friday, 13 March 2020.

Measures to improve effectiveness of anti-money laundering supervision

“There are interesting ideas about placing parts of this supervision at the EU level. I believe that joint analytical resources and supervision methods in the long run could lead to more effective supervision, in part due to improved insight into cross-border payment flows”, asserted Erik Thedéen at the international conference Finance Summit 2020 in Paris.

FI comments on COVID-19 and the banks

The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is having a financial impact on firms and households around the world. There is considerable uncertainty about how much the disease will impact the global economy. This economic uncertainty also affects the financial system.

Erik Thedéen: FinTech and cyber threats – what impact do they have on financial stability?

The rate at which household debt is increasing has slowed the past three years. The two amortisation requirements that FI introduced contributed to this change. But the low interest rates entail risks. The debt of commercial real estate companies has been increasing sharply, and the banks have large exposures to the sector. FI decided today to raise the capital requirements for bank loans for commercial real estate. Erik Thedéen also noted that cyber threats are a challenge facing society as a whole, and cooperation is needed on a broad front.

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