To develop Antigua and Barbuda as an effectively regulated, well managed major financial services jurisdiction.
The Financial Services Regulatory Commission is committed to the effective regulation and supervision of Antigua and Barbuda’s financial services sector, by upholding internationally recognized standards of compliance, thereby positioning the jurisdiction as the preeminent financial center in the financial services arena.
In 2013 the Government created a stand-alone legislation referred to as The Financial Services Regulatory Commission Act No. 5 of 2013 (“the FSRCA”).Read more
Antigua and Barbuda's international financial services sector began with the enactment of the International Business Corporations Act CAP 222 ("the IBC Act") in 1982. Read more
The Regulatory Laws through which the Commission functions is provided for in section 2 of the Financial Services Regulatory Act No. 5 of 2013.. Read more
The principal functions of the Commission are provided for at section 5 of the Financial Services Regulatory Act No. 5 of 2013 Read more
Antigua and Barbuda Signs A Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement (MCAA)