Lithuanian Supervision Service gets new powers


The Central Bank of Lithuania today (March 20) extended new powers to allow the recently established Supervision Service at the institution to intervene to solve supervisory issues identified in the country's non-banking financial institutions.

The central bank gave the service permission to issue instructions and obligations, apply prohibitions and other measures to the supervised financial market participants, with the exception of domestic and foreign banks, insurance companies and the

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