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Whistleblower

This form is reserved for persons wishing to provide the AMF with confidential information about breaches of financial regulations.

A whistleblower is a natural person who discloses or reports, disinterestedly and in good faith, non-public information, revealing a crime or misdemeanour, a serious and manifest violation of an international commitment duly ratified or approved by France, of a unilateral act of an international organisation taken on the basis of such a commitment, of the law or of the regulations, or of a serious threat or prejudice to the general interest, of which he or she has had personal knowledge (Article 6 of Law 2016-1691 of 9 December 2016 (Sapin 2 Act)).

Pursuant to Article 9 of the Sapin 2 Act, the AMF’s procedure for collecting whistleblower reports guarantees strict confidentiality of the identity of the persons who submitted the report and the persons concerned, and of the information collected by all recipients of the report.

The AMF has no jurisdiction to receive whistleblower reports on banking and insurance matters (ACPR has jurisdiction) or tax matters (DGFIP has jurisdiction).

Do you agree to your identity being included?*
Do you agree to be contacted by email?*
Caution: anonymous alerts are taken into consideration under the condition that both the seriousness of the reported events is established and that the material facts are sufficiently detailed. Providing an email address allows for the exchange and collection of any additional pieces of evidence that may be of significant importance to the investigation of the report.
Has your case been referred to a court (mandatory)?*

The size of all attachments must not exceed 8 MB

The information collected via this form is stored in a computer file used by the AMF to record and follow up on whistleblower reports. The information will be kept for five years after the legal affairs directorate receives the report. The information will be used by the Legal Affairs Directorate and may be passed on to specialised staff in other departments involved in investigating the report.

You may exercise your right to access, rectify, erase, object to or limit the processing of your personal data by contacting the AMF.

By post: AMF - Data Protection Officer - 17 Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris;

By email: accesdopers@amf-france.org

You can also submit a complaint to the French data protection agency CNIL concerning the processing of your data.

To find out more, read the instruction 2018-13
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