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23/01/2013 2013/87 2013 CRA supervision and policy work plan Reference PDF
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23/05/2008 08-003 Finnish A Consumer's guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial products- Finnish translation Reference PDF
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01/09/2008 08-003 Icelandic A Consumer's guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial products- Icelandic translation Reference PDF
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26/08/2008 08-003 German A Consumer's guide to MiIFD- Investing in Financial products- German translation Reference PDF
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30/09/2008 08-003 Lithuanian A Consumer's guide to MiIFD- Investing in Financial products- Lithuanian translation Reference PDF
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31/07/2008 08-003 Maltese A Consumer's guide to MiIFD- Investing in Financial products- Maltese translation Reference PDF
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07/03/2008 08-003 A Consumers' Guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial Products Reference PDF
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07/03/2008 08-003 Dutch A Consumers' Guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial Products- Dutch translation Reference PDF
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07/03/2008 08-003 French A Consumers' Guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial Products- French translation Reference PDF
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07/03/2008 08-003 HU A Consumers' Guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial Products- Hungarian translation Reference PDF
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07/03/2008 08-003 ES A Consumers' Guide to MiFID- Investing in Financial Products- Spanish Translation Reference PDF
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25/01/2013 2012/682 HU Befektetési útmutató Reference PDF
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Befektetési útmutató
25/01/2013 2012/682 NL Beleggersgids Reference PDF
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Beleggersgids
24/11/2011 2011/398 Contact information for retail investors- contact points in national competent authorities Reference PDF
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18/05/2018 ESMA33-9-226 CRA Technical Committee Terms of Reference Reference PDF
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20/12/2019 ESMA71-100-1792 CRAs and TRs Follow Up Fees Factsheet , , Reference PDF
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16/12/2013 2013/1933 CRAs’ Market share calculation according to Article 8d of the CRA Regulation Reference PDF
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22/12/2014 2014/1583 Credit Rating Agencies’ 2014 market share calculations for the purposes of Article 8d of the CRA Regulation Reference PDF
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One of the objectives of the CRA Regulation is to increase competition in the markets for credit ratings by encouraging issuers to use smaller credit rating agencies. To this end, Article 8d(1) of the CRA Regulation states that where issuers or related third parties intend to appoint at least two CRAs to rate an issuance or entity, they shall consider appointing at least one CRA with no more than 10% of the total market share. They will consider this where the issuer or related third party finds that such a CRA is capable of rating the relevant issuance or entity and there is such a CRA available to rate the issuance or entity in question. Where it is not possible to appoint at least one CRA with no more than 10% of the total market share, the issuer or related third party shall document this. The obligations in Article 8d are supervised and enforced at national level by sectoral competent authorities. To help issuers and related third parties carry out this evaluation, Article 8d(2) of the CRA Regulation requires ESMA to publish a list of CRAs registered in the European Union (EU) on its website every year, indicating their total market share and the types of credit ratings issued.
23/07/2018 ESMA41-137-1144 Danske- PUBLIC NOTICE Reference PDF
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30/06/2014 2014/726 Enhanced protection for retail investors: MiFID II and MiFIR Reference PDF
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Changes are being made to a key piece of European law whose purpose is to protect you when you buy or invest in financial products. The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) is being updated and strengthened in some important areas and will be known as MiFID II. MiFID is central to the regulation of financial markets in the European Union. It regulates the provision of investment services in financial instruments (such as shares, bonds, derivatives and various structured products) by banks and investment firms, and the operation of traditional stock exchanges and alternative trading venues. One of its core objectives is to ensure a high degree of harmonised protection for investors in financial instruments. We highlight some of the more important changes taking place to MiFID which we think are most relevant to you as a retail investor.

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