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Consultation on review of EMIR standards relating to CCP client accounts until 30 September 2015

Responses to this Consultation Paper on the review of Article 26 of its RTS (153/2013) under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) will deal with CCPs’ client accounts.

Consultation on Draft Regulatory Technical Standards on the ELTIF Regulation | until 14 October 2015

Responses to this Consultation Paper will help ESMA in finalising the draft RTS

Consultation on Guidelines on sound remuneration policies under the UCITS V Directive and AIFMD | until 23 October 2015

This Consultation Paper aims to collect views on the proposed draft guidelines developed to implement the provisions of the Directive.

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