You can find information on the tasks and powers of the FSMA (Financial Services and Markets Authority) on this website. There is a search function to help you look for press releases, warnings and communications amongst others. You can also check whether a financial services provider (bank, insurance company, broker etc.) has the requisite authorization.
The www.wikifin.be website features a wealth of information on savings, investments, insurance, pensions and other money-related matters. The site also features several handy tools, such as a savings account simulator. The information on www.wikifin.be is completely independent, trustworthy and easy to understand.
What can I contact the FSMA about?
If, after having looked through the information on our websites, you still have a question, complaint or suggestion, or you want to send us information, you can contact us.
How can I contact the FSMA?
You can use our contact form.
Or you can send us a letter:
FSMA - Consumentencontact/Contact Consommateurs
1. You are an institution or person under the supervision of the FSMA:
- Questions related to lenders and intermediaries in consumer and mortgage credit (French - Dutch)
- A few frequently asked questions can be found in the FAQ 's below:
- General questions on the purpose of the moratorium
- Technical questions relating to the provisions of the moratorium
- Questions relating to insurance intermediation (French - Dutch)
- Questions relating to bank and investment intermediation (French - Dutch)
- Questions about the FSMA regulation establishing a framework for the distribution of OTC Derivatives (Binary options, CFDs...)
- Do you have any other questions? Contact the FSMA via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if contacting us by e-mail is not possible, you can also send us a letter:
FSMA - info-pro
2. If you are involved, as a self-employed individual or as a firm in the financial sector, in offering “FinTech” processes, products or services, please consult the web portal that has been set up for you.