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01/12/2015 JC/2015/079 2015 list of identified Financial Conglomerates , Reference PDF
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01/10/2014 2014/1200 2015 Work Programme , , Reference PDF
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published its Work Programme for 2015. The programme sets out how ESMA intends to achieve its statutory objectives of investor protection and stable and orderly functioning markets through its operational activities of convergence, risk monitoring and analysis, the single rulebook and supervision. The projected work programme is based on a budget of €38,639,000 and a staff base of 202 people as per the budget approved by ESMA’s Board of Supervisors on 6 February 2014 and subsequently submitted to the EU institutions. At the time of drafting, the budget prepared by the European Commission and sent to the EU Council and Parliament for ESMA in 2015 is for €33,627,920 and 186 people. In order to prepare for the eventuality that ESMA will receive fewer posts than planned for in the work programme, Annex 5 contains a list of the areas of work that ESMA would be unable to accomplish in 2015 with reduced resources.
05/01/2017 2016/1621 2016-1621 ESMA letter to EC on postponement of ESEF RTS , , Letter PDF
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21/12/2016 2016/1668 2016-1668 ESMA feedback statement on ESEF , , Report PDF
6.98 MB
21/12/2016 2016/1682 2016-1682 Press Release on Feedback Statement on ESEF , , , Press Release PDF
225.03 KB
07/02/2018 ESMA20-95-823 2018 Regulatory Work Programme , , , Reference PDF
251.91 KB
01/10/2019 ESMA20-95-1132 2020 Work Programme , , , Reference PDF
543.97 KB
26/03/2018 ESMA35-43-1000 Additional information on the agreed product intervention measures relating to contracts for differences and binary options Reference PDF
202.01 KB
01/10/2013 2013/606 DA Aflønningspolitik og-praksis (MiFID) , Guidelines & Recommendations PDF
357.25 KB
24/05/2018 ESMA71-99-981 Anneli Tuominen VC reappointment , Press Release PDF
208.13 KB
02/10/2017 ESMA71-99-608 Annex (Template for the Assessment of Collective Suitability) , Reference XLSX
72.7 KB
31/10/2016 2016/1529 ANNEX Annex I- Template for the assessment of collective suitability , Reference XLSX
54.43 KB
19/12/2014 2014/1569 Annex Annex to Technical Advice on MiFID II and MiFIR- investor protection topics Reference PDF
962.39 KB
07/02/2014 2014/154 LV Ar ieguldījumiem sarežģītos produktos saistītie riski , Investor Warning PDF
435.59 KB
01/10/2013 2013/606 LT Atlyginimų nustatymo politika ir praktika (FPRD) , Guidelines & Recommendations PDF
268.28 KB
01/10/2013 2013/606 LV Atlīdzības politika un prakse (FITD) , Guidelines & Recommendations PDF
339.96 KB
07/02/2014 2014/154 HU Az összetett termékekbe történő befektetések kockázatai , Investor Warning PDF
384.08 KB
19/11/2019 ESMA71-319-154 Banking and the MiFID II review , , Speech PDF
135.75 KB
01/10/2013 2013/606 NL Beloningsbeleid en beloningspraktijken (MiFID) , Guidelines & Recommendations PDF
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25/02/2015 2015/494 Best Execution under MiFID , Final Report PDF
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has conducted a peer review on how national regulators (national competent authorities or NCAs) supervise and enforce the MiFID provisions relating to investment firms’ obligation to provide best execution, or obtain the best possible result, for their clients when executing their orders. ESMA found that the level of implementation of best execution provisions, as well as the level of convergence of supervisory practices by NCAs, is relatively low. In order to address this situation a number of improvements were identified, including: • prioritisation of best execution as a key conduct of business supervisory issue; • the allocation of sufficient resources to best execution supervision; and • a more proactive supervisory approach to monitoring compliance with best execution requirements, both desk-based and onsite inspections. The review was conducted on the basis of information provided by 29 NCAs and complemented by on-site visits to the NCAs of France, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland and Spain.

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