Depending on the law involved, FINMA cooperates with the following authorities:
This can involve forwarding files, providing information or supplying evidence. FINMA must also observe its legal duty to inform prosecuting authorities when it becomes aware of criminal activities. It can also refuse to cooperate, for example if doing so would be contrary to the aims of financial market supervision. For further information, please refer to FINMA's guidelines on mutual assistance provided to domestic prosecution authorities.
Besides prosecutors, FINMA also works together with other national authorities. The most important of these are the following:
Cooperation and interaction are subject to financial market legislation and other laws specific to the individual authorities.