The Global Money Week takes place on a global level since 2012, with the exception of 2020 due to the Covid pandemic, and
Global Money Week has been taking place worldwide since 2012, with a single break in 2020 due to the pandemic, whereby since 2021 it has been organized by the OECD.
The fifth edition of Financial Literacy Days shall be held next week, November 1-3, organized by the financial regulatory institutions in cooperation with their financial companies. To be more precise,
The exchange of experiences and good practices for the purpose of increased protection of the insured and continuous raising of the level of their financial education are the key topics
The regulators of the financial market: The Insurance Supervision Agency (ISA), the National Bank, the Ministry of Finance, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Agency for Supervision of
Non-life insurance companies have paid 5.2 million EUR more for policyholders’ claims in the first half of this year as in comparison to the same period last year.
During the first six months of this year, based on complaints received from discontented policyholders, the ISA has imposed four measures, two of which are fines on three Insurance Companies.
The COVID crisis leads to a time of transformation of traditional economies into smarter, more digitalized, inclusive and greener economies. In such conditions, when FinTech is becoming more present in
Another successfully completed educational cycle for financial education that the Insurance Supervision Agency, traditionally, organizes for high school students from the High School of Economics and Law of the City
For the first three months of this year, 36 complaints were submitted to the Insurance Supervision Agency (ISA) by insured persons who are not satisfied with the work of the