The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway (Finanstilsynet - FSA) is a governmental regulatory entity in control of regulating and authorizing the forex brokers, financial services companies, banks, insurance firms, credit providers, securities and stock exchanges, real estate agencies, auditors, and pension fund regulations in Norway. The FSA, formally known as Finanstilsynet, was founded in 1986 as a result of unifying the Bank Inspection Agency, the Broker Control Agency, and the Norwegian Insurance Council. The FSA mainly aims to keep the Norwegian financial market secure for the protection of the investors’ funds. Moreover, the organization is to administer its rules and regulations to the regulated financial firms in accordance with the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and International Accounting Standards. Here you can find the list of Norway FSA regulated forex brokers.