Organisation chart

  Organisation chart of the CSSF 


Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier

Postal address (P&T):

L-2991 Luxembourg

Address (Head office):
110, route d’Arlon

L-1150 Luxembourg



(+352) 26 25 1 - 1 (switchboard)

Fax :
(+352) 26 25 1 - 601


Telephone and e-mail directory of the CSSF

(only in French)

Structure / Organisation

General organisation of the CSSF


Besides the Executive Board, the CSSF is composed of:


- Executive Board Secretariat


- General Secretariat


- Legal Department


- Department of Personnel, Administration and Finance


- Department of Information Systems


- departments in charge of the prudential supervision of the financial sector, including a department for general supervision, a department for the implementation of the SSM, a department for on-site inspections, and departments for the sectoral supervision. The department Information Systems is also responsible for the supervision of support PFS. There is also a department responsible for the public oversight of the audit profession.


Furthermore, the function Internal Audit reports directly to the Executive Board as a whole.


Presentation of the departments in charge of supervision


      General and Transversal Supervision


      On-site Inspection


      UCI departments


      Supervision of Pension Funds and Securitisation Undertakings


      Supervision of Securities Markets


      ◊ Single Supervisory Mechanism (« SSM »)


      Supervision of Banks


      Supervision of Investment Firms


      Supervision of Specialised PFS


      Information Systems and Supervision of Support PFS


      ◊ Public Oversight of the Audit Profession 



Mission of the Internal Audit


The Internal Audit is an independent activity which covers the control, advice and assessment of all the CSSF's processes, functions and operations. The Internal Audit monitors the development and the update of all the internal organisation instructions and controls that they are complied with. The control of the adequacy of internal organisation rules includes the control that these rules are efficient and observed.