18/06/2015 | ESMA asks Commission to delay CSDR technical standards

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published today a...See more

16/06/2015 | Steven Maijoor delivers opening remarks to ECON hearing on MiFID II

Steven Maijoor, ESMA Chair, participated in a hearing of Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee...See more

15/06/2015 | Vacancy notice – Administrative Assistant (Deadline: 28 July 2015)

Deadline: 28 July 2015. Please refer to our...See more

15/06/2015 | ESMA launches new strategy and publishes 2014 annual report

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Your input

Consultation paper on guidelines for the assessment of knowlegde and competence | until 10 July 2015

This Consultation Paper seeks input on draft guidelines on the assessment of knowledge and competence under MiFID II

Consultation paper on Clearing Obligation under EMIR | until 15 July 2015

This Consultation Paper seeks input on draft Regulatory Technical Standards

Call for evidence on virtual currency or distributed ledger technology | until 21 July 2015

This Call for evidence aims to collect information about investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology

Call for evidence on Impact of the Best Practice Principles for Providers of Shareholder Voting Research and Analysis | until 27 July 2015

This Call for evidence aims to gather information on how stakeholders perceive the most recent proxy seasons to have evolved and to assess the extent to which new trends or changes in proxy advisors’ approaches have developed

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

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