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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the MFSA?
The MFSA, or Malta Financial Services Authority, is the regulatory authority responsible for overseeing and regulating financial services in Malta.
What is the role of the MFSA in financial regulation?
The role of the MFSA is to regulate and supervise various sectors of the financial services industry in Malta, including banking, insurance, investment services, securities, and collective investment schemes. It aims to safeguard the integrity, stability, and transparency of the financial market.
How can I verify if a financial institution is MFSA regulated?
To verify if a financial institution is MFSA regulated, you can check the official website of the Malta Financial Services Authority. They provide a public register or directory where you can search for licensed entities and verify the regulatory status of a specific institution.
Does the MFSA provide investor protection?
Yes, investor protection is a key aspect of the MFSA’s regulatory objectives. They aim to safeguard the interests of investors by ensuring fair market practices, enforcing transparency and disclosure requirements, and handling complaints and disputes related to financial services.