The body making the statement “CSSF – The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier” is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with the Law of 28 May 2019 on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies. This accessibility statement applies to:

What is digital accessibility?

Everyone should be able to easily use and consult the information on a website or an app, in particular people with disabilities and/or using assistive software or specialised equipment (blind, partially sighted or otherwise disabled people).

Compliance status

This website is partially compliant with the European Standard EN 301 549 and the General Framework for Improving Web-Accessibility (RGAA) version 4.1 , due to the reasons listed below.

Non-accessible content

The content listed below is non-accessible for the following reason(s):


  • 1.2 – Some decorative images are not ignored by assistive technologies.
  • 2.2 – Some iframe titles are not relevant.
  • 3.2 – Some contrasts between text and background color are not high enough.
  • 3.3 – Some contrasts between interface components or graphical objects’ color and their background color are not high enough.
  • 5.7 – Some table cells are not properly linked to their headers.
  • 6.1 – Some links are not explicit.
  • 7.1 – Some scripts are not compatible with assistive technologies.
  • 7.3 – Some scripts cannot be controlled using a keyboard or a pointing device.
  • 7.4 – Some script-generated changes of context are not reported or controllable.
  • 7.5 – Some status messages are not delivered or correctly rendered by assistive technologies.
  • 8.2 – The generated source code is invalid according to its document type.
  • 8.6 – Some page titles are not relevant.
  • 8.7 – Some language changes are not indicated in the source code.
  • 8.9 – Some semantic elements are used for presentational effect.
  • 9.1 – Some contents are not properly structured using headings.
  • 9.2 – Pages structure is not relevant.
  • 9.3 – Some lists are not correctly structured.
  • 10.1 – Some contents are not formatted using stylesheets.
  • 10.6 – Some links are unidentifiable from their surrounding text.
  • 10.8 – Some contents are not correctly hidden from assistive technologies.
  • 10.11 – Some contents cannot be presented without requiring horizontal scrolling when using a 320px window.
  • 11.1 – Some form fields do not have a label.
  • 11.2 – Some form field labels are not relevant.
  • 11.6 – Some groups of related form controls do not have a legend.
  • 11.13 – Some input purposes cannot be deducted and thus used to automatically fill forms with user information.
  • 12.6 – Some content blocks repeated across pages (such as header, navigation, search, main content or footer) cannot be reached or skipped.
  • 13.3 – Some downloadable documents do not have an accessible version.

Content not within the scope of the Law of 28 May 2019

  • “Leaflet” Interactive maps
  • “Google – ReCaptcha” spam protection

Preparation of this accessibility statement

This statement was prepared on 14 April 2023. The declarations contained in this statement are accurate and based on an actual evaluation of this website compliance with the requirements defined in RGAA 4.1 , such as an assessment carried out by a third-party: Ideance.

Feedback and contact information

If you notice a lack of accessibility, send us an email to describe your problem and specify the page on which it occured. We commit to replying to you within 1 month. Within reasonable limits, the correction of the accessibility issue will preferably be carried out online such as to remedy the problem in a sustainable way. Should this not be possible, the information you requested can be made available to you in an accessible format of your choice:

  • in writing in a document or email;
  • orally in an interview or by phone.

Enforcement procedure

Should the reply be unsatisfactory, you also have the possibility of informing the Information and Press Service, the body responsible for supervising accessibility, via its online complaint form or the Ombudsperson, the mediator of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

This statement is based on the model set out in the Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1523. This model is owned by the European Union and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.