Setting-up of a generic mailbox email@example.com
Press release 22/17
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) sets up a generic e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org in order to facilitate exchanges with the media.
In accordance with the Luxembourg Government’s circular letter of 27 June 2022 on the rights and duties of State officials in their relations with the press (Adaptation de la circulaire relative aux droits et devoirs des agents de l’État dans leurs relations avec la presse – gouvernement.lu // Le gouvernement luxembourgeois), the CSSF has set up a generic mailbox email@example.com through which it intends to centralise exchanges with the media.
As members of the press, your contacts within the CSSF remain unchanged. They are
Mme Danièle Berna-Ost Mr Paul Wilwertz
Secretary General Communication Officer
Tel: +352 26 25 1 – 2230 Tel: +352 26 25 1 – 3157
Please also note that a press section already exists on the CSSF website: Press Room – CSSF. In view of the new regulatory provisions, it will be expanded and regularly updated.
Finally, we would like to remind you that the CSSF has set up various channels so that you can follow its news.
- its Internet news feed (Subscribe – CSSF) or RSS (RSS feed – CSSF) to which you can subscribe via its website;
- its Twitter and Linkedin accounts;
- its presence on Vimeo and Soundcloud.
You can also follow the initiatives taken by the CSSF in the field of financial education on:
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) is a public institution which supervises the professionals and products of the Luxembourg financial sector. It supervises, regulates, authorises, informs and, where appropriate, carries out on-site inspections and issues sanctions. Moreover, it is in charge of promoting transparency, simplicity and fairness in the markets of financial products and services and is responsible for the enforcement of laws relating to financial consumer protection and the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.
The CSSF carries out its prudential supervision and supervision of the markets in order to contribute to the solidity and stability of the financial sector exclusively in the public interest.
The CSSF is placed under the authority of the Ministry of Finance, but has the financial and operational autonomy required by the highest international authorities. It has a staff of nearly 1,000 highly qualified agents.
Press contact: firstname.lastname@example.org