16/02/2015 | ESMA publishes technical advice on the implementing measures for European Regulations on Social Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Funds

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published its final report on...See more

06/02/2015 | Vacancy notice - SNE – Markets profile (deadline: 22/02/2015)

Please see the...See more

05/02/2015 | ESMA is renewing the CWG for the Investment Management Standing Committee

ESMA is today launching the process to renew the composition of the IMSC CWG. Interested parties...See more

04/02/2015 | ESMA issues feedback statement on the central clearing of non-deliverable forwards

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

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Discussion Paper on share classes of UCITS | until 27 March 2015

The Discussion Paper seeks input on the different share classes of UCITS

Consultation on draft RTS for the EEAP | until 30 March 2015

The Consultation Paper seeks input on draft Regulatory Technical Standards

Call for evidence on Competition, Choice and Conflicts of interests in the CRA Industry | until 31 March 2015

The Call for evidence is part for the development of Technical Advice

Consultation on the allocation of credit assessments of ECAIs to an objective scale of credit quality steps | until 10 April 2015

This joint consultation seeks input on draft Technical Standards

Call for evidence on private and bilateral SFIs | until 20 May 2015

This Call for evidence aims to collect information about the approach to disclosure for SFIs

Consultation paper on guidelines on complex products | until 15 June 2015

This Consultation Paper seeks input on draft guidelines

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