Financial Supervisory Authority's requests for investigation, and administrative sanctions
|Requests for police investigation ||3||2||5||-||3||4||5||4||3||5||2|
|Public reprimands ||-||1||1||5||3||3||3||-||-||2||-|
|Public warnings ||-||-||1||-||-||-||3||2||2||-||2|
|Administrative fines ||-||-||14*||-||1 ||5||14||6||2||19||2|
* Figure has been corrected on 1 October 2013.
In 2016, FIN-FSA has made a total of two requests for police investigation, issued two public warnings and imposed three penalty payments and two administrative fines.
Investigations of cases related to securities market trading and disclosure obligation by Financial Supervisory
Total investigations ||
|Abuse of inside information ||29||45||27||37||27||34||23||47||36||57*||47|
|Market manipulation ||10||5||11||17||11||23||35||28||23||40||31|
|Obligation to provide information ||21||12||12||16||25||16||23||17||18||24||24|
* Figures have been corrected on 10 October 2016.
In the course of 2016, FIN-FSA investigated a total of 107 cases related mainly to securities market trading and disclosure obligation.Total number of cases refers to cases completed in the year concerned.
FIN-FSA has received from brokers 49 notifications of suspicious securities transactions or other suspected business operations (against 58 in 2015). A total of 33 notifications have been received from Stock Exchange market supervision (against 30 in 2015).
FIN-FSA has issued three requests for judicial assistance to supervisors regarding the supervision of securities market abuse (against 17 in 2015), and also received one such requests (against 6 in 2015).