Links to dedicated Brexit websites hosted by financial regulators in EEA member states. Please note, this list is not exhaustive.
The links in the table below take you to external National Competent Authority (NCA) websites. The table also includes announcements of transitional regimes for UK firms, where we have been made aware of these. We can’t comment on the accuracy or completeness of the information, as these are matters for local EEA authorities.
If you have business in the EEA, you may also want to check directly with the relevant national regulator to make sure that you act in accordance with their expectations and the jurisdiction’s local laws, including any transitional measures where relevant.
You may also want to check with your trade association or get independent legal advice for further clarification.
|Member state||NCA website||Transitional regimes where relevant|
|Cyprus||CySEC||CySEC (investment services)|
|Denmark||DK-FSA (in Danish)||DFSA (insurance)|
|France||ACPR, AMF||ACPR (insurance – in French), AMF (investment services)|
|Germany||BaFin, Bundesbank,||BaFin (insurance and pension schemes)|
Bank of Italy
|CONSOB & Bank of Italy (investment services)
|Latvia||FKTK (in Latvian)|
|Liechtenstein||FMA (in German)||FMA (investment services)|
|Lithuania||Bank of Lithuania|
|Luxembourg||CSSF||CSSF (investment services)|
|Malta||MFSA||MFSA (insurers, p.3)|
|DNB (retail funds - in Dutch)|
|Norway||FINANSTILSYNET (in Norwegian)
||FINANSDEPARTEMENTET (investment services)|
Banco de Portugal
|CMVM (investment services - in Portuguese)|
|Spain||CNMV||CNMV (bank, investment services and insurance - in Spanish)|
|Sweden||FI||FI (investment services)|