Report a Breach
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) encourages people to report to it potential or actual breaches, committed by credit institutions and investment firms that fall within the scope of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive – Directive 2004/39/EC.
What kind of breaches can be reported?
This breach reporting channel has been set up to deal with breaches of Maltese legal provisions transposing the Capital Requirements Directive IV – Directive (EU) 2013/36/EU and the Investment Firms Directive – Directive (EU) 2019/2034, and breaches of the Capital Requirements Regulation – Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 and the Investment Firms Regulation – Regulation (EU) 2019/2033.
This breach reporting channel does not deal with breaches relating to consumer protection or the implementation of anti-money laundering rules.
All reports must be submitted in good faith and with reasonable grounds.
How to report a breach
Download and complete the form available here.
Although anonymous reports are accepted, providing contact details allows the MFSA to clarify aspects of the report or request further information if necessary.
Information provided should be as accurate and complete as possible.
The MFSA recommends submitting documents to support the allegations. The MFSA may refrain from following up a report if it contains unsubstantiated allegations and/or if the MFSA cannot gather further information because the report was submitted anonymously.
Submit the completed form and any supporting documents to:
The Director General
Malta Financial Services Authority
Attard BKR 3000
All reports are handled in a confidential manner and in compliance with data protection legislation.