The Financial Supervisory Commission establishes Financial Examination Bureau (FEB) to carry out supervision and examination of financial institutions, as well as to prescribe, plan and implement related policies and regulations.
The Banking, Securities and Futures, Insurance, and FEB are four bureaus under the Financial Supervisory Commission.
The Banking, Securities and Futures, and Insurance Bureau are responsible for daily supervisory works on banking, securities and futures, and insurance industries respectively; furthermore, the FEB is responsible for conducting examinations on banking, securities and futures, and insurance industries. For the effectiveness of financial examinations, the FEB closely cooperates with the other three bureaus to fully understand business conditions of financial institutions and implements the risk-based examinations. To promote sound operations of financial institutions, the FEB issues examination reports based on examination results and shares the reports with the other three bureaus for reference to their daily supervisory works or administrative actions.