Financial Services Commission

Financial Services Commission

The Financial Services Commission is a statutory body corporate, established by the Financial Services Commission Act 2007. The Commission is the regulatory and supervisory authority responsible for all Gibraltar financial services, including insurance. 

The Commission is composed of the Chief Executive and seven members, and the functions of the Commission are:

  • to continually review the operation of Gibraltar legislation and the effectiveness of the supervision of financial services; 
  • to monitor the extent to which Gibraltar legislation and supervision complies with European Union obligations and supervisory standards governing financial services in the United Kingdom where Community law applies;
  • to protect the public against financial loss arising out of dishonesty, incompetence or malpractice;
  • to advise the Government of Gibraltar and the Government of the United Kingdom on matters concerning financial services; and
  • to draw up codes for regulating terms of service of persons employed by the Commission.

The Financial Services Commission’s mission statement is: “To provide financial services regulation in an effective and efficient manner in order to protect the public from financial loss and enhance Gibraltar's reputation as a quality financial centre." 

The FSC is located at:
Financial Services Commission
PO Box 940 Suite 3
Ground Floor
Atlantic Suites
Europort Avenue