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|17/02/2016||2016/300||Warning- Unauthorised use of ESMA’s identity and logo||Corporate Information, Press Releases||Press Release||PDF
Unauthorised use of ESMA’s identity and logo
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has been informed that its identity and logo have been used in communications targeting company employees in order to request the transfer of company money.
In addition, ESMA has been informed that attempts were made to use the name of a senior member of ESMA staff also for the purpose of fraudulent scams targeting a savings bank and a listed issuer.
Please note that all references to ESMA or any ESMA employees in these communications, which do not originate from ESMA, are entirely false and have been made without ESMA’s knowledge or consent.
In order to protect yourself against these unauthorised communications, ESMA advises you:
Be aware that fraudsters might use ESMA’s name, logo or the name of an ESMA staff member, a bogus website which appears to be that of ESMA, and/or make bogus references to people said to work in ESMA. Be aware of the following when making your checks:
|20/04/2022||ESMA80-187-945||Verena Ross' speech at ECMI/CEPS Webinar, 20 April 2022||Credit Rating Agencies, Trade Repositories, Transparency||Speech||PDF
Verena Ross' speech at ECMI/CEPS Webinar, 20 April 2022: "ESMA – driving forward high-quality supervision and transparency in a single EU capital market"
|12/05/2022||ESMA70-445-372||Verena Ross' ISDA keynote speech – ESMA’s priorities for transparency||Speeches, Transparency||Speech||PDF
|13/04/2021||ESMA70-145-1397||TRs IC_templates||Market Integrity, Post Trading||Reference||XLSX
|28/09/2015||2015/1468||Trading venue briefing||MiFID - Secondary Markets, Press Releases||Reference||PDF
|04/04/2016||2016/229||ToR SCSC||Supervisory convergence||Reference||PDF
|11/02/2016||2016/213||ToR OWG Transparency||Transparency||Reference||PDF
|04/04/2016||2016/222||ToR MISC||Market Integrity||Reference||PDF
|12/07/2018||ESMA42-110-998||Timely submission of requests for authorisation in the context of the United Kingdom withdrawing from the European Union||Brexit, Supervisory convergence||Statement||PDF
|31/07/2014||JC/2014/062 Annex (Press Release)||The Joint Committee of the ESAs remind financial institutions of their responsibilities when placing their own financial products with consumers||Press Releases, Joint Committee||Press Release||PDF
|The Joint Committee of the ESAs reminds financial institutions of their responsibilities when placing their own financial products with consumers. ESMA underlines risks from investing in contingent convertible instruments (CoCos). The Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA) published a reminder to banks and insurance companies across the EU on the consumer protection requirements that apply to certain financial instruments they issue. In addition, ESMA highlighted specific risks posed to investors by contingent convertible instruments (CoCos).|
|01/04/2020||ESMA70-156-2287||Technical Advice to the European Commission on weekly position reports under MiFID II||MiFID - Secondary Markets, Supervisory convergence||Technical Advice||PDF
|12/02/2020||ESMA32-67-642||Sustainable financial markets: translating changing risks and investor preferences into regulatory action- Speech by Steven Maijoor, European Financial Forum, Dublin||Credit Rating Agencies, Speeches, Supervisory convergence||Speech||PDF
|11/02/2022||ESMA71-99-1823||Sustainable Finance Roadmap_Press Release||Press Releases, Sustainable finance||Press Release||PDF
|01/07/2013||2013/805||Supervisory Practices under MAD- Peer review report and Good Practices||Market Abuse, Supervisory convergence||Final Report||PDF
|ESMA's peer review of the supervisory practices EEA national competent authorities (NCAs) covers how national authorities enforce the requirements of the Market Abuse Directive (MAD). The Directive deals with the prevention of the dissemination of misleading information, the breach of reporting obligations and market abuse.|
|01/07/2013||2013/806||Supervisory Practices under MAD- Mapping Report||Market Abuse, Supervisory convergence||Final Report||PDF
|ESMA's Mapping Report on Supervisory Practices under MAD sets out the situation in each Member State as regards their implementation of the various requirements of the Market Abuse Directive.|
|09/12/2019||ESMA70-151-2820||Supervisory measures and Penalties under Articles 4, 9, 10 and 11 of EMIR||Post Trading, Supervisory convergence||Report||PDF
|07/02/2018||ESMA42-114-540||Supervisory Convergence Work Programme 2018||Supervisory convergence||Report||PDF
|03/06/2019||ESMA70-156-835||Supervisory Briefing PreTradeTransparency Non-Equity Instruments||MiFID - Secondary Markets, Supervisory convergence||Report||PDF
|04/06/2020||ESMA34-39-1042||Supervisory briefing on the supervision of costs in UCITS and AIFs||Fund Management, Supervisory convergence||Report||PDF
|28/05/2021||ESMA81-393-98||Supervisory Briefing on Benchmark administrators’ presence in their Member States of location and outsourcing||Benchmarks, Supervisory convergence||Report||PDF