30/07/2015 | New Consultative Working Group for the Investor Protection and Intermediaries Standing Committee

Following the...See more

30/07/2015 | ESMA publishes responses received to the consultation on virtual currencies and distributed ledger technology

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published the responses received to its...See more

30/07/2015 | Vacancy notice - Head of Corporate Affairs Department (Deadline 15 September 2015)

Deadline: 15/09/2015. Please refer to our ...See more

30/07/2015 | ESMA advises on extension of AIFMD passport to non-EU jurisdictions

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published its Advice in relation to the...See more

Your input

Consultation on Draft Regulatory Technical Standards on the CSD Regulation | until 6 August 2015

This second Consultation Paper (CP) is limited to the provisions on buy-in of the draft RTS and is seeking input and quantitative elements from stakeholders on the different options presented in the paper.

Joint Committee Discussion Paper on Key Information Document for PRIIPS | until 17 August 2015

This Discussion Paper aims to collect views on the possible methodologies to determine and display risks, performance and costs in the KID

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 Directve 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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