Firms can only provide investment services in the European Union (EU) if they are authorised to do so by an EU regulator. In Belgium, such information has to be published in the official gazette; annual accounts have to be published via the Central Balance Sheet Office (Centrale des bilans/Balanscentrale) at the central bank. National Bank of the Republic of Belarus: Belgium: National Bank of Belgium: Belize: Central Bank of Belize: Bermuda: Bermuda Monetary Authority: Bhutan: Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan: Bolivia: Central Bank of Bolivia Autoridad de Supervisión del Sistema Financiero: Bosnia and Herzegovina: Banking Agency of Republika Srpska The 2020 annual review resulted in the following changes in the list of significant entities: Two new banks were classified as significant: LP Group B.V. from the Netherlands met the size criterion (over €30 billion in assets) and Agri Europe Cyprus Limited became one of … If a firm is not authorised to provide investment services and activities, it is not allowed to provide them. National Bank of the Republic of Belarus; Belgium: Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA - Autorité des services et marchés financiers/Authoriteit voor Financiële Diensten en Markten) National Bank of Belgium (NBB - Banque Nationale de Belgique/Nationale Bank van België) Belize - International Financial Services Commission To increase transparency within the European Single market, the European Banking Authority (EBA) publishes on a regular basis a list of credit institutions to which authorisation has been granted to operate within the European Union and European Economic Area countries (EEA). It performs tasks in the general interest at both national and international level. Only regulated firms are authorised to provide investment services. The stated objective of European monetary policy is to maintain price stability, which has been defined as inflation below but close to 2%. On 22 May 2018, the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) published an updated version of its dedicated section on anti-money laundering and combatting the … Eesti Pank is a constitutional institution that operates under its own statues and under the law. Article 76 of the Companies Code sets out the rules governing when documents and information can be relied upon after disclosure. The National Bank of Belgium has been Belgium's central bank since 1850. The National Bank of Belgium was established with 100% private capital by a law of 5 May 1850 as a naamloze vennootschap (NV). The central bank sets policy for the financial sector and supervises it and the Governor of the bank issues decrees that regulate the banking industry. Monetary decisions are made by the ECB Governing Council, which consists of the central bank governors of the euro countries plus the ECB Executive Board. The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the website www.500.trade where an entity, which claims to be established at 5 rue Goethe, L-1637 Luxembourg, offers investment services under the name 500.trade. The National Bank studies a great variety of subjects: the determination and implementation of the Eurosystem’s monetary policy, the economic activity both at home and abroad, the labour market, price developments, costs and incomes, public finances and financial markets... Those analyses are completed by studies by sector or by branch of activity. The CSSF informs the public that the entity … It is a member of the European System of Central Banks. The National Bank of Belgium (NBB; Dutch: Nationale Bank van België, French: Banque nationale de Belgique, German: Belgische Nationalbank) has been the central bank of Belgium since 1850.