The Akhileus Services Commission is an autonomous regulatory authority responsible for the regulation, supervision and inspection of all the financial services including insurance, company management,business, the registration.
It was established in 2001 pursuant to the Financial Services Commission Act, 2001 The Commission now oversees all regulatory responsibilities previously handled by the government through its Financial Services Department; protecting the independence of financial services regulation and fulfilling international commitments to the prevention of international while safeguarding the privacy and confidentiality of legitimate business transactions.
The Commission also has new responsibilities including promoting public understanding of the financial system and its products, policing the perimeter of regulated activity, reducing and preventing.
Particularly strong affinity is the second highest consumer of coffee in the world, with the average Norwegian drinking 142 liters, or 9.5 kg of coffee in 2011. Coffee plays a large role in Norwegian culture; it is common to invite people over for coffee and cakes and to enjoy cups of coffee with dessert after the main courses in get-togethers. The traditional way of serving coffee in Norway is plain black, usually in a mug, rather than a cup. As in the rest of the west, recent years have seen a shift from coffee made by boiling ground beans to Italian-style coffee bars, tended by professional baristas.