- Financial Supervision of Local Governments
- Financial Market Policy
- Internal audit
- Accounting Policy
- Fiscal Policy
- Prevention of Money Laundering
- International financial cooperation
- State aid
- EU Funds and other foreign assistance
- Public-private partnership in Latvia
On 15 August, the European Central Bank (ECB), as the direct supervisor of AS PNB Banka, has resolved to recognise this bank as an institution failing or likely to fail. European Single Resolution Board has resolved not to take measures to stabilise the activities of the bank. The Board of the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC), at an extraordinary meeting, has adopted a decision to suspend the rights of AS PNB Banka to provide financials services.
On Thursday, 4 July, Pēters Putniņš, Chairman of the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC), and Gunta Razāne, Deputy Chairwoman of the FCMC, submitted information to the Chairperson of the Saeima (the Parliament) about their resignation, in accordance with the provisions of the Law On FCMC. It should be emphasised that the FCMC has to continue working in accordance with the objective determined for it - to promote the protection of interests of investors, depositors and insured persons and development and stability of the financial and capital market, as well as the prevention of money laundering and terrorism and proliferation financing.
On Wednesday, June 5, the conference "Towards Effective Prevention and Combating of Money Laundering" was held in Riga. It was organised as the closing event of the "Anti-Money Laundering Training Programme", which has been implemented since 2017, in cooperation with the Structural Reform Service of the European Commission and the Fiscal Information and Investigation Service of the Netherlands (FIOD -Fiscale inlichtingen- en opsporingsdienst). The Training Programme was specifically developed to strengthen the capacity of the law enforcement, judicial system, supervisory authorities and other competent institutions of Latvia in the field of mitigation of money laundering risks.
On Monday, February 4, Japanese credit rating agency R&I reaffirmed its “A-” foreign currency issuer rating on the Republic of Latvia. The outlook remains stable.
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