The Minister of Finance wants supervisory legislation to contain clear rules on funding of financial markets supervision. The Minister suggests a system whereby the government contribution per category of supervision is set out in advance, for example by way of a percentage of the supervision costs. A detailed proposal to amend the legislation on financial markets supervision on this point will be produced. This change in the funding system arises from recent case law of the Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal. The Tribunal ruled that the costs made by the supervisory authorities as a result of its involvement in the (re)drafting of laws and regulations had been wrongly charged to the financial sector.