Supervision

Within the range of its competence, the Bank of Lithuania seeks to ensure the security, soundness, transparency and competitiveness of the domestic system of financial services. An efficient financial market participants’ supervision system, which complies with international practices, has been created in our country. This is the assessment of such a highly competent global financial institution as the International Monetary Fund. The Bank of Lithuania issues licences to financial market participants for the provision of financial services and supervises their activities. As a supervisory authority, the Bank of Lithuania monitors the compliance of financial market participants with laws and requirements set by legal acts of the Bank of Lithuania, International Financial Reporting Standards, requirements recommended by international organisations for safe and sound activities. The Bank of Lithuania also investigates disputes between consumers and supervised institutions and provides recommendations on how, according to the Bank of Lithuania, a particular dispute between a consumer and a financial institution should be settled. Read more

19/07/2016
INVL Technology
The Supervisory Authority of the Bank of Lithuania approved the prospectus of  UTIB “ INVL Technology“  12 175 321 ordinary shares for their admission and trading on AB „Nasdaq Vilnius“ regulated market. One share’s nominal value is EUR 0.29.
25/05/2016
Bank of Lithuania warns
List of unlicenced companies operating in foreign countries and providing investment services.

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14/03/2016
Bank of Lithuania imposes fines on two banks for excessive payment pricing and warns one

The Bank of Lithuania conducted an inspection and identified that three banks operating in the country violated the legal requirements of the European Union (EU) in relation to cross-border payments. These three banks applied higher fees for cross-border transfers in Swedish Krona than permitted. Two banks were also found to have violated the requirements for cross-border transfers in Romanian Leu.

21/12/2015
Prospectus of AB “INVL Baltic Real Estate“
The Supervisory Authority of the Bank of Lithuania confirmed the shares prospectus of  AB“ INVL Baltic Real Estate“ up to 28 773 748 of newly issued ordinary shares for public offering and its admission to trading on AB NASDAQ  Vilnius regulated market. One share’s nominal value is EUR 0.29, the offer price EUR 0,40.
02/12/2015
Marketing in the Republic of Lithuania of Units or Shares of Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities established in another Member State or third country
09/06/2015
The shares prospectus of AB INVL Technology approved
The Supervisory Authority of the Bank of Lithuania confirmed the shares prospectus of  AB INVL Technology, up to 13,885,286 , of newly issued ordinary shares for public offering and its admission to AB NASDAQ OMX Vilnius Secondary List.
31/03/2015
Licensing Guide: in one place — detailed information for future and current financial market participants
The Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania has prepared a Licensing Guide.  It is an information section on the website of the Bank of Lithuania. It, systematically and in Lithuanian and English, presents information on the requirements of legal acts for financial market participants for obtaining an authorisation.
02/12/2014
Base Prospectus of AB SEB bankas
On 2 December 2014 the Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania approved the Base Prospectus of AB SEB bankas for Eur 250,000,000 in non-equity securities.
07/10/2014
Avia Solutions Group AB
On 7 October 2014 the Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania approved the Prospectus for up to 1,719,444 Ordinary Registered Shares of Avia Solutions Group AB for their admission to trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
09/09/2014
To ensure sustainable development of the consumer credit market, complex changes in regulation are necessary
The amount of consumer credits granted in the second quarter of this year increased by almost 14 per cent, while the total consumer credit portfolio amounted to LTL 1.1 billion at the end of June.
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