FINMA’s supervisory activity requires it to deal with a broad range of regulatory issues related to financial market.
FINMA can also draw up anonymised, summarised supervisory reports. These publicise measures affecting more than one institution or which the general public or supervised institutions in general need to know about. FINMA also reports on developments of particular public interest. FINMA's own conduct may even be the subject of supervisory reports if, for instance, Parliament commissions investigations into this. FINMA publishes these reports on its website.