Welcome to the Malta Financial Services Authority


The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is the single regulator of financial services in Malta. The MFSA regulates banking, financial institutions, payment institutions, insurance companies and insurance intermediaries, investment services companies and collective investment schemes, securities markets, recognised investment exchanges, trust management companies, company services providers and pension schemes. Since 2018, it is also responsible for regulating Virtual Financial Assets. The MFSA was set up through an Act of Parliament (Chapter 330 of the Laws of Malta) and its main functions include the protection of consumers, integrity of financial markets, financial stability and the supervision of all financial services activities. The MFSA also holds an advisory role to Government in the formulation of policies on matters relating to the financial services industry. In the carrying out of its functions, the MFSA collaborates closely with local and international institutions.

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DECEMBER 02, 2020
The EBA reactivates its Guidelines on legislative and non-legislative moratoria
After closely monitoring the developments of the COVID-19 pandemic and, in particular, the impact of...
DECEMBER 01, 2020
MFSA consults on the updated CSP rules
The MFSA today launched a Consultation Document focusing on specific new areas of the proposed updat...
NOVEMBER 27, 2020
ECB publishes final guide on climate-related and environmental risks for banks
The European Central Bank (ECB) today published its final and amended guide on climate-related and e...

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The Financial Services Register is a public record of firms, individuals and other bodies that are, or have been, regulated by the MFSA.

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