The respective Baltic securities markets are supervised by local financial supervisory authorities. The relevant authorities conduct financial supervision in order to enhance the stability and reliability of the entire financial sector.

On a lower tier of regulation, the stock exchanges are self-regulatory bodies supervising their member firms as well as their listed companies. The multi-tier supervision and surveillance system ensures that market participants are adequately capitalized and act in compliance with the laws and applicable rules, regulations and guidelines.

Local financial supervisory authorities

  • Financial Supervisory Authority of Estonia –
  • Financial and Capital Market Commission of Latvia –
  • Central bank of the Republic of Lithuania –