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|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 1||Trade data- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 6||Trade data The Netherlands- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 4||Trade data Iceland- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 3||Trade data Hungary- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 2||Trade data Germany- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|30/12/2004||04-717 annex 5||Trade data Euronext parameters- annex to Consultation on CESR's draft advice on the second set of mandates from the European Commission on the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|06/04/2004||04-104b||The role of CESR at Level 3 of the Lamfalussy process (63 pages- annex 4 pages 14-63)||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|This consultation paper aims at presenting the views of the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) on how it should organize its role at level 3 under the Lamfalussy procedure. The paper is structured in two parts. The first section provides an introduction and description of the current general principles governing the way in which the Lamfalussy approach and in particular the level 3 should work. The second section sets out in a more detailed manner the organization of CESR|
|18/10/2001||01-013b||The harmonization of conduct of business rules||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|CESR has issued its revised proposals for the harmonization of conduct of business rules. The second round of public consultation covers the following documents: the revised proposal for the investor protection regimes (Ref.CESR/01-014),and the revised paper on the categorisation of investors (Ref.CESR/01-015.). The process of revision of the initial proposals and an explanation of major changes has been given in a cover-note (Ref. CESR/01-013).Please send your responses to the secretariat by November 15, 2001 at email@example.com.|
|12/07/2013||2013/925||The Clearing Obligation under EMIR||Post Trading||Consultation Paper||PDF
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is publishing this discussion paper in order to seek stakeholders’ views on the preparation of the regulatory technical standards ESMA is required to draft under Article 5(2) “Clearing Obligation Procedure” of the Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 of the European Parliament and Council on OTC derivatives, central counterparties and trade repositories (EMIR). The input from stakeholders will help ESMA in the development of the relevant technical standards to be drafted and submitted to the European Commission for endorsement in the form of Commission Regulations, i.e. a legally binding instrument directly applicable in all Member States of the European Union. One essential element in the development of draft technical standards is the analysis of the costs and benefits that those legal provisions will imply. Input in this respect and any supportive data will be highly appreciated and kept confidential where required. Please respond to the consultation using the response template. The closing date for responses is 12 September 2013.
|01/09/2008||3L3 Commission consultation||The 3 Level 3 Committees’ Joint Response to the European Commission’s Public Consultation Paper on Amendments to Commission Decisions establishing CESR, CEBS & CEIOPS||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|19/12/2016||2016/1672||Technical advice to the Commission on fees for TRs under SFTR and on certain amendments of for fees under EMIR||Post Trading||Consultation Paper||PDF
Reasons for publication
On 15 January 2016 the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) received a formal request from the European Commission (Commission) to provide technical advice to assist the Commission in formulating a Regulation on fees for Trade Repositories (TRs) under SFTR by a delegated act.
The present report contains nine sections. Section 1 refers to the Executive Summary of the report. Section 2 explains the background to our proposals. Section 3 outlines the ESMA’s expected costs. Section 4 establishes the general approach for the determination of fees under EMIR and SFTR. Section 5 explains how ESMA will manage surpluses and deficits under EMIR and SFTR. Section 6 points out the rationale and computation of TRs fees for registration and extension of registration under SFTR. Sections 7 and 8 present the supervision fees under EMIR and SFTR and recognition fees under SFTR. Section 9 refers to the conditions of payment and reimbursement and, finally, Section 10 addresses the instances where delegation to NCAs takes place. Annex I contains the summary of the questions posed by ESMA and Annex II includes the Commission’s mandate to ESMA.
The amendments to fees under EMIR that are consulted in this document are required in order to ensure level –playing field with the ESMA’s fees to TRs under SFTR.
ESMA will consider the feedback it receives to this consultation in Q1 2017 and expects to publish and submit a final report of the technical advice to the European Commission for endorsement by end of Q1/beginning of Q2 of 2017.
|01/08/2003||03-539||Standards for Securities Clearing and Settlement Systems in the European Union||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|The Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) have published today two documents entitled|
|22/10/2004||04-561||Standards for securities clearing and settlement systems in the European Union||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|08/07/2002||02-086b||Standards for Alternative Trading Systems||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|CESR published today common European Standards for Alternative Trading Systems (ATSs). This paper sets outs standards for ATSs in the European Economic Area (EEA) with a view to providing appropriate regulation of investments firms operating ATSs under the current ISD. It builds on FESCO's report to the European Commission on the Regulation of Alternative Trading Systems in Europe, which was published in September 2000. Also published today was a feedback statement summarising the responses received in the final round of consultation (Ref. CESR/02-087b)|
|22/04/2004||04-045b||Standard No. 2 on Financial Information- Co-ordination of enforcement activities- Feedback Statement||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|22/04/2004||03-317c||Standard No. 2 on Financial Information- Co-ordination of enforcement activities||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|CESR releases today the standard on the organisation of greater co-ordination of enforcement activities by supervisors of financial information in Europe|
|01/03/2003||03-073||Standard No. 1 on Financial Information||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|During the seventh meeting of CESR held in Paris on 21 March 2003, the first CESR standard on Financial Information: Enforcement of standards on financial information in Europe was approved. The standard is being published today along with a feedback statement summarising the responses received during the consultation process (Ref. CESR/03-074). The standard represents a significant part of CESR\'s contribution to the task of developing and implementing a common approach to the enforcement of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Europe. The feedback statement can be viewed under the heading "Recent Publications".|
|09/04/2002||02-020b||Stabilisation and Allotment – European Supervisory Approach||CESR Archive||CESR Document||PDF
|This paper provides harmonised standards for stabilisation practices in the context of a public offer and an harmonised disclosure regime for the Allotment of securities as well as some basic principles of the Allotment process. This work has not been elaborated under a formal mandate of the EU Commission in the context of the future Directives on Insider Dealing and Market Manipulation or the future Directive on Prospectuses. However, these standards represent an important "acquis" for any future work to be undertaken on the same subject. A summary of the responses to the second consultation (Ref. CESR/02-060) is published in the "Recent Publications".|
|01/06/2001||01-037b||Second Consultation Paper "Stabilisation and Allotment- an European supervisory Approach"||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF
|Fesco consults on a revised version of the earlier consulation paper published in September 2000. The purpose of the paper is to offer substantial harmonisation of key elements of the offering process. The paper has been prepared by an expert group chaired by Kaarlo J|
|01/08/2003||03-538||Scope of Application- CESR/ESCB Standards for Securities Clearing and Settlement Systems in the European Union||CESR Archive||Consultation Paper||PDF