Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FIMSA) is a public legal entity and independent in its operations. FIMSA is in charge of licensing, regulation and supervision of the credit institutions, insurance sector and securities market.
FIMSA is in charge of regulation, as well as licensing and supervision of banks, non-bank credit organizations, credit unions, plus financial services provided by the national postal operator.
FIMSA is in charge of regulation and supervision in the insurance sector with a view to protecting the rights and interests of the insured, insurers and other participants in the insurance market, and the State, as well as ensuring compliance with insurance legislation.
FIMSA takes part in developing and implementing consistent policies in the capital markets and ensures continued and comprehensive supervision of participants and infrastructure of the securities market.
FIMSA is in charge of protecting the rights of creditors, insured, investors and other consumers in the financial markets, and ensuring legal redress
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