The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority or ‘FINMA’ is Switzerland’s financial regulatory authority overseeing Switzerland’s financial markets and service providers. It is an independent institution – based in Bern – with power over banks, insurance companies, stock exchanges, securities dealers and collective investment schemes. It is responsible for combating money laundering and, where necessary, conducts financial restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings.
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