Norwegian Insurance Council (Norwegian: Forsikringsrådet) was a supervisory authority for the insurance industry in Norway.
It was created following the Insurance Companies Act of 29 July 1911, replacing a committee named Komiteen til å føre tilsyn med private forsørgelses- og understøttelsesselskaper. From 1958 it also supervised pension funds.
In 1986 it was merged with the Bank Inspection Agency and the Broker Control Agency to form the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway.
- ^“Forsikringsrådet” (in Norwegian). National Archival Services of Norway. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
- ^“Kredittilsynet”. Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Retrieved 24 December 2009.