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25/09/2000 00-064c The regulation of Alternative Trading Systems in Europe. A paper for the EU Commission Final Report PDF
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Alternative Trading Systems (ATS) offer electronic securities trading facilities outside the traditional trading channels. An expert group chaired by Howard Davies, Chairman of the UK FSA, has studied the impact of such systems in depth. The group has prepared a comprehensive report identifying and assessing the benefits and risks associated with the emergence of ATS and analysing the current regulatory treatment of such systems, within Europe and elsewhere. The report proposes both a short term and a long term option for a harmonised regulatory treatment of such systems in Europe.The paper was submitted to the European Commission as FESCO"s contribution to the preparation of the forthcoming Green Paper on possible amendments to the Investment Services Directive. The Green Paper will shortly be published as a basis for consultation with Member States, the financial services industry and other interested parties. However, the FESCO paper noted that, while the Green Paper on the ISD might be the catalyst for a far-reaching review of the regulatory approach to ATS, it would not provide a short-term solution. Accordingly, FESCO proposed that the short-term solution should take the form of a set of additional regulatory requirements for ATS operating as investment firms.FESCO will be working on proposals for what those additional regulatory requirements might be over the next six months, with a view to producing a consultation paper in the first half of 2001. This consultation paper will provide an opportunity for interested parties to comment in detail on the FESCO proposals. If, however, in the meantime interested parties have any specific comments on the possible additional regulatory requirements identified in paragraph 71 of the September paper, they should make these known to the Secretariat of FESCO via the following e-mail address: fdankers@europefesco.org
11/05/2005 05-274 Feedback Statement- Market Abuse Directive, Level 3 – first set of guidance and information on the common operation of the Directive Final Report PDF
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http://www.cesr-eu.org/data/document/05_274.pdf
30/05/2005 AMP Austria Accepted Market Pratices: Valuation transaction on the bond market on the Vienna Stock Exchange (Austria) Reference PDF
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The Austrian provisions in their original form can be found by clicking on the following link.
30/05/2005 Austria Accepted Market Practices- Austrian provisions- Not continued under MAR Reference PDF
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30/05/2005 AMP France Buy Back Accepted Market Practices: a market practice related to share buy back programs. Buy an hold for future use as means of payment for acquiring another company on Euronext (France)- Not continued under MAR Reference PDF
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30/05/2005 AMP France Liquidity Accepted Market Practices: a market practice related to share buy back programs. Liquidity contracts on Euronext (France) Reference PDF
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22/11/2007 07-693 Report on Administrative Measures and Sanctions available in Member States under the Market Abuse Directive (MAD) Final Report PDF
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11/02/2008 AMP Spain Accepted Market Practices: Liquidity Contracts (Spain) – Replaced by an accepted market practice under MAR on 11 July 2017 Reference PDF
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28/02/2008 08-099 CESR Executive summary to the report on administrative measures and sanctions as well as the criminal sanctions available in Member States under the Market Abuse Directive Final Report PDF
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19/08/2008 AMP Portugal Accepted Market Practices: Liquidity Contracts (Portugal) – To be replaced by an accepted market practice under MAR Reference PDF
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The national legal text is available on the CMVM website.

15/01/2009 AMP Greece Accepted Market Practices: Purchase of own shares to hold them for future acquisition of shares of another company (Greece)- Not continued under MAR Reference PDF
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15/12/2010 EU 1095/2010 Regulation establishing ESMA Reference PDF
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Amended by Directive 2011/61/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011Directive 2014/51/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014
15/12/2010 EU 1092/2010 Regulation establishing the ESRB Reference PDF
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03/01/2011 2011/9 Frequently asked questions- a guide to understanding ESMA Reference PDF
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03/01/2011 ESMA workplan ESMA workplan Reference PDF
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14/06/2011 2011/190 ESMA guidebook Reference PDF
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This guidebook provides useful information for persons coming to ESMA for meetings or hearings.
23/06/2011 AMP Netherlands Accepted Market Practices: Liquidity agreements (Netherlands)- TERMINATED UNDER MAR ON 19 September 2017 Reference PDF
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The publication (in Dutch) of the decision to terminate the Dutch AMP on liquidity agreements can be found on the AFM’s website at the following link https://www.afm.nl/nl-nl/professionals/nieuws/2017/sep/beeindigen-amp.
 

09/08/2011 2011/239 2011 Calendar of the Chair and Executive Director of ESMA- updated 20 December 2011 Reference PDF
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23/11/2011 ESMA budget 2011 ESMA Budget for 2011 Reference PDF
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This document is published in accordance with Article 26.4 of the ESMA Financial Regulation on the principle of budgetary transparency. Please note that it is a budgetary forecast.
12/12/2011 ESA-ESRB 2011 Agreement between the ESRB and EBA, EIOPA and ESMA on the establishment at the ESRB Secretariat of specific confidentiality procedures Reference PDF
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Agreement between the ESRB and EBA, EIOPA and ESMA on the establishment at the ESRB Secretariat of specific confidentiality procedures in order to safeguard information regarding individual financial institutions and information from which individual financial institutions can be identified. It sets out general principles and measures for exchanging, storing and accessing confidential information between the ESRB and each ESA.

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