Swedish FSA continues to scrutinize fund industry

In its latest consumer protection report, the Swedish financial supervisory authority outlines key risks in the financial industry for the year and its priority areas. One of the key areas to scrutinize will be activity levels in the fund management industry, and the authority will undertake a deeper analysis on how fund companies are following a new regulation.

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The Swedish financial supervisory authority - Finansinspektionen - publishes its consumer protection report in the beginning of each year.

One of the most important spaces to investigate, analyze and scrutinize entails the pensions and asset management space along with consumer information made available regarding investment funds. 

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