Completion of the enclosed form notifies FINMA of your consent to the dispatch of electronic documents via the distribution platform. Consent thus given to the receipt of electronic documents from FINMA via the distribution platform can be revoked at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is also possible to notify FINMA via this email address of any adjustments to a previous agreement (e.g. a new email address) and/or ask questions.
Please ensure where possible that the email addresses given in items 3 and 4 are not affected by any changes in personnel, preferably by providing a group mailbox or similar. Forwarding to additional recipients can be implemented through settings in the receiving party’s own email infrastructure.
The receipt function for registered electronic post needs to be activated in advance in the IncaMail settings (plus the opening of the IncaMail account via http://www.incamail.ch/) to receive registered electronic post from FINMA. Electronic correspondence related to a FINMA procedure is governed by the applicable procedural provisions, in particular the Ordinance on Electronic Transmission for Administrative Procedures (VeÜ-VwV). As a rule, FINMA only sends electronic domestic messages via the distribution platform. Independently of the consent granted through this form, FINMA reserves the right to also send correspondence via normal post in future. Further information on using the distribution platform is available on the FINMA website and http://www.incamail.ch/.
1 Swiss Post’s IncaMail platform meets the requirements of the Recognition Ordinance for Delivery Platforms (SR 272.11), enabling FINMA to (also) securely disclose rulings relating to administrative procedures.
5 With IncaMail web interface (i.e. without IncaMail integration) the electronic message from FINMA is delivered to the email address given in encrypted format. The encrypted email can be opened in the registered inbox by entering the IncaMail password.