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16/05/2019 ESMA34-45-712 Verena Ross- ICMA 2019 conference speech , , , Speech PDF
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31/05/2018 ESMA71-99-996 Towards benchmark stability and integrity Speech PDF
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03/04/2019 ESMA71-319-93 Steven Maijoor Keynote speech- BETTER FINANCE 10th Anniversary 2019 , , , Speech PDF
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07/11/2016 2016/1547 Speech Public hearing on the review of the EU macro-prudential framework- Steven Maijoor, 7 November 2016 Speech PDF
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24/06/2016 2016/1002 Speech Banque de France conference on CCPs – Steven Maijoor, Paris, 24 June 2016 Speech PDF
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23/04/2018 ESMA71-319-74 Resilience, Recovery and Resolution: three essential Rs for CCPs speech by ESMA Chair Maijoor at ILF Conference 2018 Speech PDF
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17/02/2020 ESMA70-708036281-2 Questions and Answers on CSDR , Q&A PDF
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02/02/2018 ESMA70-151-1179 Questions and Answers ESMA CCP Stress Test Q&A PDF
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05/11/2020 ESMA74-362-893 QAs on SFTR data reporting , , Q&A PDF
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08/07/2020 ESMA70-708036281-2 Q&As- Central Securities Depositories Regulation Q&A PDF
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29/03/2019 ESMA70-145-111 Q&A on the Market Abuse Regulation , Q&A PDF
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The purpose of this document is to promote common supervisory approaches and practices in the application of MAR and its implementing measures. It does this by providing responses to questions posed by the general public and competent authorities in relation to the practical application of the MAR framework

The content of this document is aimed at competent authorities to ensure that in their supervisory activities and their actions are converging along the lines of the responses adopted by ESMA and at helping issuers, investors and other market participants by providing clarity on the content of the market abuse rules, rather than creating an extra layer of requirements.

11/12/2019 ESMA70-145-114 Q&A on the Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) , Q&A PDF
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29/04/2016 2016/665 Q&A on ESMA’s EU-wide stress tests for CCPs Q&A PDF
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08/07/2020 ESMA70-1861941480-52 Q&A on EMIR implementation Q&A PDF
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01/04/2016 2016/419 Q&A Market Abuse Directive Q&A PDF
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10/01/2019 ESMA71-99-1081 Press release- ESMA report finds investment product performance highly impacted by charges , Annual Report PDF
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14/12/2017 ESMA70-151-957 MiFID II Q&A on post-trading issues , Q&A PDF
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04/10/2019 ESMA71-99-1232 Keynote- Steven Maijoor- AFME Legal & Compliance Conference, Paris , , Speech PDF
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07/05/2014 2014/478 Keynote Speech at AFME Post Trade Conference- The reform of financial markets: halfway there- Steven Maijoor, ESMA Chair Speech PDF
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Keynote Speech - The reform of financial markets: halfway there Steven Maijoor, ESMA Chair AFME Post Trade Conference, London Excerpt "Three challenges Ladies and gentlemen, so far so good about the completion of the legislation to meet our G20 commitments and developing a single rulebook for financial services. Let me now turn to the three main challenges I see in the current phase of regulatory reform. My main message is that while the legislative phase nears completion, it does not imply the completion of the regulatory reform programme. Let me explain that further by identifying three commitments for the next phase of regulatory reform. Firstly, commitment to the financial reform, its implementation and to adequate supervision. Legislation needs to be accompanied by good implementing measures, to ensure the legislation works in practice, and credible supervision. Secondly, a commitment to supervisory convergence in order to establish a truly internal market and to prevent regulatory arbitrage within the EU. Agreeing at EU level on a single rule book for all 28 Member States is a big step. However, ensuring that this single rule book is supervised consistently across the 28 Member States is an even bigger step. Thirdly, in order to prevent crises we need commitment to the lessons learned from the crisis regarding risk analysis and the availability of high quality data on financial markets. We need more information on securities markets. Since the beginning of the financial crisis securities regulators have learned a lot about how to deal with financial stability – an area that was beforehand mainly reserved for central bankers and banking regulators. Information on financial markets is key to achieve the financial stability objective. It is therefore no surprise that many pieces of recently introduced legislation already include data requirements. Securities regulators however also need to step up their role on this and need more resources to collect and analyse data. It goes without saying that more data and analysis will also support our other important objective of investor protection."

26/02/2019 ESMA71-99-1120 Keynote by Steven Maijoor- Crypto-Assets: time to deliver Speech PDF
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