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|27/03/2020||Overview recruitments||Overview recruitments- Updated 26 March 2020||Careers, Vacancies||Reference||PDF
|27/03/2020||Market makers - XLS||Market makers and authorised primary dealers who are using the exemption under the SSR- XLS||Short Selling||Reference||XLSX
|27/03/2020||Market makers - pdf||Market makers and authorised primary dealers who are using the exemption under the SSR- PDF||Short Selling||Reference||PDF
|16/03/2020||ESMA70-156-2187||Public Statement BMR transitional period- pending applications||Benchmarks||Reference||PDF
|11/12/2019||ESMA70-154-1504||Briefing BMR Recognition application||Benchmarks||Reference||PDF
|20/10/2019||ES IC1||ESMA-ASIC MoU on BMR||Benchmarks||Reference||PDF
|24/01/2019||ESMA50-164-770||Links to national websites where net short positions in shares are disclosed||Short Selling||Reference||PDF
|31/10/2018||Net short thresholds||Net short position notification thresholds for sovereign issuers||Short Selling||Reference||XLSX
According to Article 7(2) of the Short Selling Regulation, ESMA has to publish a list of the thresholds applicable to the sovereign issuers for the purpose of the notification to competent authorities of significant net short position in sovereign debt.
The way these notification thresholds are defined is further specified in the Commission Delegated Regulation No 918/2012 (the “DR”). The DR specifies that initial threshold categories shall be:
The additional incremental levels shall be set at 50% of the initial thresholds. The reporting thresholds shall be monetary amounts fixed by applying the percentage thresholds to the outstanding sovereign debt of the sovereign issuer. They will be revised and updated quarterly to reflect changes in the total amount of outstanding sovereign debt of each sovereign issuer.
In addition, the DR states that the amount of outstanding debt should be calculated using a duration adjusted approach. ESMA has published a Q&A document on how to proceed for the duration adjustment.
The table of thresholds contains the name of the sovereign issuer, the amount of outstanding debt duration adjusted, the initial threshold amount and the relevant percentage, the incremental threshold amount and the relevant percentage.
Please note that the figures of the amount of outstanding debt are duration adjusted (not nominal amounts) and are approximations provided by competent authorities.
|23/08/2018||ESMA50-164-772||Links to the national websites explaining the procedures for notifications of net short positions||Short Selling||Reference||PDF
|29/11/2017||ECB/ESMA/FSMA||Risk Free Rate Working Group Application Form||Benchmarks||Reference||DOCX
|16/10/2017||ESMA65-8-5046||FIRDS- Instructions on access and download of full and delta reference data files||ITMG, Market Integrity, MiFID - Secondary Markets, MiFID II: Transparency Calculations and DVC||Reference||PDF
|29/09/2017||ESMA70-145-253||Response form for the Consultation Paper on Guidelines for non-significant benchmarks||Benchmarks||Reference||DOCX
|30/09/2016||2016/1414||Methodological Framework- Model Written Arrangements for Benchmark Colleges||Benchmarks||Reference||PDF
Article 46 of the Regulation (EU) No 2016/1011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2016 on indices used as benchmarks in financial instruments and financial contracts or to measure the performance of investment funds (Regulation) provides that the competent authority of an administrator of a critical benchmark that is referred to in points (a) and (c) of Article 20(1) of the Regulation shall establish a college.
ESMA will be a member of every college and according to Article 46(7) of the Regulation may give advice concerning the written arrangements. To promote the convergent operation of benchmark colleges, ESMA has developed model written arrangements that may be used by administrators of critical benchmarks according to Article 46(6) of the Regulation.
|29/09/2016||2016/1406 reply form||Reply form to the Consultation paper on Benchmarks||Benchmarks||Reference||DOCX
|03/06/2016||2016/723 RF||Reply form for the Consultation Paper on ESMA technical advice on Benchmarks Regulation||Market Integrity, Benchmarks||Reference||DOCX
|01/02/2016||2016/200||MiFID registers- information about web service||Short Selling, MiFID - Secondary Markets||Reference||PDF
This document sets out the web service for the following registers:
Shares admitted to trading on regulation markets
Multilateral trading facilities
|12/09/2015||SSR sanctions||Administrative measures and sanctions applicable in Member States to infringements of the Short Selling Regulation (SSR)||Short Selling||Reference||PDF
|12/11/2013||2013/1643||Cover Note- Public statement containing information on shareholder cooperation and acting in concert under the Takeover Bids Directive (ESMA/2013/1642)||Corporate Disclosure, Corporate Governance||Reference||PDF
|In accordance with its mandate to take appropriate action in the context of takeover bids as per Article 1.3 of Regulation (EU) 1095/2010 (ESMA Regulation), ESMA is releasing a public statement on shareholder cooperation and acting in concert under the Takeover Bids Directive (Directive 2004/25/EC). This statement has been prepared following the review and report by the European Commission on the application of the Takeover Bids Directive and is based on information collected about the practices and application of that Directive. The statement has been prepared in order to help shareholders identify activities in relation to which they can cooperate (insofar as those activities are available to them under national company law), without that cooperation, in and of itself, leading to a conclusion that the shareholders are acting in concert and thus being at risk of having to make a mandatory bid under the Takeover Bids Directive. These activities are presented in the statement in the form of a “White List”. The statement has been prepared by the Takeover Bids Network, a permanent working group operating under the auspices of ESMA that promotes exchange of information on practices and application of the Takeover Bids Directive across the European Economic Area, thereby strengthening a common supervisory culture. The Takeover Bids Network is a specialist group composed of the national competent authorities appointed under the Takeover Bids Directive. The competent authorities represented on the ESMA Board of Supervisors are not in all cases appointed as competent authorities within the Takeover Bids Directive. The authorities not represented on the Board of Supervisors but competent within the area of takeovers are the Austrian Takeover Commission, the Irish Takeover Panel, the Oslo Stock Exchange of Norway, the Takeover Panel of Sweden and the Takeover Panel of the United Kingdom. These five authorities have contributed to the public statement and will have regard to it in the same manner as the other members of the Takeover Bids Network when assessing whether shareholders are acting in concert under their national takeover rules.|