Data accuracy and disclaimer
The information posted on the FIN-FSA website is based on reliable sources. Some of the material is subject to continuous updating. While the FIN-FSA attempts to ensure the correctness and up-to-dateness of all material posted on the site, it takes no responsibility for errors or omissions which are the result of technical causes, or otherwise.
Further, the FIN-FSA specifically disclaims all responsibility for damage or harm caused as a result of the use of information provided on its website. The FIN-FSA maintains the right to delete or modify in part or in full any information on its website without prior notice.
Except where otherwise stated, texts, graphics and recordings on this website are the copyright of the FIN-FSA. Copyrights to photographs may be held by third parties, in which case the FIN-FSA has signed an agreement for the use of the images on its website.
Material provided on the FIN-FSA website may be used to a limited extent and as provided for in copyright law, provided the source is stated. If the source is other than the FIN-FSA, there may be restrictions on use of the information. You can check these from the FIN-FSA’s Communications unit (finanssivalvonta(at)fiva.fi).
On your own website, you may add links to the FIN-FSA website. However, please remember that responsibility for whether or not a link is up-to-date lies with the creator of the link. The creation of links to individual images is prohibited.
Unauthorised use of the FIN-FSA’s name or logo
Nefarious persons may use the FIN-FSA's name for deceitful purposes in order to encourage companies, organisations or private persons to, for example, carry out transactions via the FIN-FSA.
The FIN-FSA does not provide such financial services and does not, for example, collect service fees or tax on international transactions. Neither does the FIN-FSA handle credit card data.
The FIN-FSA is not responsible for the above-mentioned or other criminal misconduct, or for any economic losses or other damage as a result of such nefarious practices. If you have cause to suspect fraud, counterfeiting or other criminal misconduct, please contact the police.