Corporate Publications


Supervisory Priorities

The MFSA’s Supervisory Priorities indicate the key areas of activity which the Authority will be focusing on during the year 2020.

MFSA Strategy Documents

A list of Strategy Documents issued by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

The Nature & Art of Financial Supervision

A series of sector-specific publications from the Authority’s Supervision Directorate, describing how the MFSA regulates and supervises various sectors within the financial services industry.

Consumer Reports

In this section you will find several consumer studies aimed at identifying and addressing information gaps about financial services within various groups of the community, to enable them to make informed decisions and enhance their trust.

Public Accounts

A list of Financial Statements published by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Annual Reports

A copy of Annual Reports issued by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Brochures

Guidance related to the provision of an MFSA licence in various sectors regulated by the Authority.

Statistics

Data reports and analysis regarding licence’s statistics, Banking, Insurance and Securities.

Corporate Governance (Guidelines & Code)

Corporate Governance Guidelines for Directors of Investment Companies, Collective Investment Schemes, Public Interest Companies and Code of Good Corporate Governance for Listed Entities.

Financial Stability Research and Publications

Reports and research papers which delve into various thematic that relate to financial stability.

Information Leaflets

A number of information leaflets covering various subjects relating to financial services sector.

Newsletter

A list of the monthly Newsletter issued by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Compensation Schemes – Reports & Financial Statements

Annual Reports and Audited Financial Statements of the Depositor Compensation Scheme, Investor Compensation Scheme & Protection and Compensation Fund.

MFSA Training Policy

In carrying its competency assessments, the Authority takes into account both qualifications and work experience of the proposed individual. This is the list of approved qualifications, however such list is not exhaustive and other relevant training would also be considered.