The Spanish Securities Market Commission (CNMV) is committed to make its website accessible, in conformity withSpanish Royal Decree 1112/2018 of 7 September on the accessibility of websites and Apps for mobile devices of the public sector (hereinafter, Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018).
This accessibility statement applies to:
This website is partially compliant with Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018, due to the exemptions and non-compliance of the issues listed below.
The content listed below is non-accessible for the following reasons:
Non-compliance with Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018
- This accessibility statement does not include barriers on external sites, even if they are part of the navigation process.
- The website contains images without alternative content.
- The heading structure of the pages has jumps in their hierarchy.
- Some content is identified only by its shape or location.
- Some sections of the forms do not contain properties that allow them to be automatically filled with data that the user has stored on their devices.
- The contrast between textual and non-textual elements with the background may also be insufficient for some visually impaired users.
- Resizing the text may cause some content to overlap.
- Some elements are not accessible through the keyboard.
- Labels and header texts may be repetitive or incomprehensible to all types of users and the text of the form control label may be different.
- Some pages include processes that require a specific amount of time to complete and this is not reported or there is no way to extend it
- On some pages there is no mechanism to avoid repeating blocks of content.
- The title of some pages does not include the name of the site and the section the user is in.
- There are pages where the titles do not describe their subject matter or purpose.
- The text of some links does not provide sufficient contextual information.
- Some pages do not contain elements that allow content to be located in multiple ways (search engines, site map, etc.).
- The texts of headings and labels may not be understandable to all users
- The label and the name of the form controls may not match.
- Some parts of the website that are in languages different from the general language, and have not been marked with the corresponding language change.
- The change of language of texts of some pages has not been marked in the source code, so that screen readers and automatic translators can detect it.
- At times, the user may be redirected to pages outside the website. This may cause inconsistent navigation and identification.
- No suggestions are offered to correct any errors that the user may have made in the forms.
- Some forms do not identify errors that the user may make and do not offer suggestions for correction.
- The W3C Consortium's automatic validator indicates that there are errors in the HTML code and CSS style sheets.
- Some interactive elements are not accessible to screen readers.
- Not all criteria of the WCAG2.1 standards are met.
- Not applicable.
The content is not within the scope of the applicable legislation.
- There are computer files in PDF or other formats published before 20 September 2018, which do not fully comply with all accessibility requirements.
Development of this accessibility statement
This statement developed was on 30 September 2022.
The method used to prepare this statement was a self-assessment with external resources carried out by the body itself.
Last review of the statement: 30 September 2022.
Feedback and contact information
Communications on accessibility requirements (Article 10(2)(a) of Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018) may be issued, for example:
- To report any potential infringement by this website.
- To notify other difficulties in accessing content.
- To make any other type of enquiry or suggestion for improvement related to website accessibility.
These communications may be issued in two ways:
- By sending an email to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- By telephone, by calling: 915 851 504
Requests for accessible information and complaints
You may also request the content published on these websites, which is exempted from the obligation of being accessible, in an accessible format and file complaints related to accessibility requirements (Article 10(2)(b) of Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018) through the following link:
Communications, requests and complaints related to the accessibility of these websites will be received and processed by the Strategy, Innovations and Sustainable Finance Department.
A complaint against the response to a request for accessible information or complaint related to the accessibility of these websites (Article 13 of RD 1112/2018), when:
- a request or complaint has been rejected.
- an individual is in disagreement with the decision taken.
- the response does not comply with the requirements laid down in Article 12(5) of Spanish Royal Decree 1112/2018.
- a period of twenty business days has elapsed and no reply has been received from the CNMV.
The party concerned may file a complaint to ascertain the grounds for rejection and to challenge these, urge the adoption of the appropriate measures if it does not agree with the decision taken, or explain the reasons why it considers that the response does not comply with the requirements established.
The complaints procedure may be initiated via the following link:
Complaints related to digital accessibility of these websites will be resolved by the Policy and International Affairs Directorate-General.