26 July 2016
5 July 2016
The English translation of the Risk Outlook 2016 report is now available in PDF.
4 July 2016
Finanstilsynet has reviewed the 2014 financial statements of General Exploration Partners, Inc.
4 July 2016
Finanstilsynet has reviewed one matter in the financial statements of Statkraft AS that concerns the accounting treatment of power contracts with embedded foreign currency derivatives.
1 July 2016
The Financial Institutions's Use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
29 June 2016
Finanstilsynet has reviewed one matter in the financial statements of Agder Energi AS that concerns the accounting treatment of power contracts with embedded foreign currency derivatives.
10 June 2016
The annual report for 2015 is now available.
8 June 2016
The oil price fall is making its mark on the Norwegian economy. Activity levels in the oil sector have fallen sharply, and there is substantial overcapacity in oil-related industries. Large parts of the offshore fleet are laid up, and many companies are making workforce reductions. However, ripple effects to the wider Norwegian economy have thus far been limited. Expansionary fiscal policy, low interest rates and a weaker krone exchange rate are helping to maintain activity levels in other...
24 February 2016
The European Banking Authority (EBA) today published its methodology and scenarios for the 2016 EU-wide bank stress test. The stress test covers 51 European banks, among them the Norwegian DNB Bank Group.
9 February 2016
Finanstilsynet has reviewed certain aspects of the 2014 financial statements of BW Offshore Limited ("BWO"). The review has primarily focused on the company's method for depreciating vessels classified as conversion candidates.
8 February 2016
Finanstilsynet has reviewed certain aspects of the 2014 financial statements of Fred. Olsen Energy ASA (FOE).
15 December 2015
Information and technical guidance for reporting to Finanstilsynet.
8 December 2015
10 November 2015
The oil price fall is affecting the Norwegian economy. Lower demand from the petroleum industry has resulted in substantially lower activity levels and impaired profitability in industries that deliver goods and services to the petroleum sector. Direct exposures to oil-related industry account for a relatively small portion of Norwegian banks' aggregate lending, but there are differences between banks.
18 September 2015
Letter to the Ministry of Finance 26 June 2015