A cooperation agreement between Finantsinspektsioon and the investigative authorities will help solve crimes


On 29 May, Prosecutor General of Estonia Andres Parmas, Director General of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board Egert Belitšev, and Chair of the Finantsinspektsioon Management Board Kilvar Kessler signed a cooperation agreement on preventing serious economic crimes in the financial sector and criminal abuse of the financial sector.

“The cooperation agreement will primarily promote closer communications, information exchange and training between us. The institutions can give each other expert assistance in areas where they have real knowledge and skills, and share information proactively whenever possible. Successful cooperation means serious economic crimes can be processed faster and more professionally”, said Kilvar Kessler.

The agreement came into force when it was signed and has no end date.

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