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16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2070 Final Report Guidelines FoLTF Final Report PDF
596.22 KB
16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2069 Final Report Draft RTS on Resolution Colleges Final Report PDF
987.29 KB
16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2068 Final Report Draft RTS on the Content of Resolution Plans Final Report PDF
728.74 KB
16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2067 Final Report Draft Guidelines on Valuation prior to Termination Final Report PDF
678.08 KB
16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2066 Final Report Draft RTS on Valuation and Independent Valuer Final Report PDF
1.14 MB
16/05/2022 ESMA91-372-2065 Final Report Draft RTS on Safeguards clients and indirect clients PUBLIC Final Report PDF
453.16 KB
13/05/2022 JC 2022 26 SFDR queries forwarded to the Commission , Q&A PDF
132.33 KB
12/05/2022 ESMA71-99-1943 ESMA appoints new member to its Management Board- Press release , , , Press Release PDF
94.01 KB
12/05/2022 ESMA70-445-372 Verena Ross' ISDA keynote speech – ESMA’s priorities for transparency , Speech PDF
177.57 KB
12/05/2022 ESMA70-151-887 CSDR List of relevant authorities- Article 12 Reference PDF
301.23 KB
11/05/2022 ESMA ED Calendar 2022 calendar of the Executive Director of ESMA Reference PDF
114.06 KB
11/05/2022 ESMA22-106-3829 Overview of planned consultation papers 2022 Reference PDF
36.86 KB
10/05/2022 JC 2022 10 Joint ESA Supervisory Statement on expectations regarding the ‘What is this product?’ section of the PRIIPS KID , Statement PDF
889.98 KB
06/05/2022 Ares(2022)2937873 Mandate to ESAs on PAI product , Reference PDF
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The three ESA Chairs have received two mandates to make amendments to the SFDR Delegated Regulation – adopted by the Commission on 6 April and currently under scrutiny.

The first one, received on 8 April, invites the ESAs to propose amendments in relation to the information that should be provided in pre-contractual documents, on website and in periodic reports about the exposure of financial products to investments in fossil gas and nuclear energy activities, reflecting the provisions set out in the Complementary Climate Delegated Act (CDA). The amendments should cover pre-contractual and periodic documents or information referred to in Article 6(3) and Article 11(2) SFDR and the product disclosures to be made on websites referred to in Article 10(1) SFDR, for financial products referred to in Article 8(1) to (2a) SFDR and in Article 9(1) to (4a) SFDR. The ESAs are invited to submit the amendments to the draft regulatory technical standards (RTS) as requested by the Commission at the latest by 30 September 2022. The amendments to the Delegated Regulation will have to ensure that the disclosures about the degree to which investments are in taxonomy-aligned activities provide for full transparency about investments in fossil gas and nuclear energy activities, in particular on the proportion such investments represent within all investments and in environmentally sustainable economic activities.

On 28 April 2022 the three ESAs Chairs received a second mandate to review the indicators for principal adverse impact (PAI) and the financial product disclosures in the SFDR Delegated Regulation. The Commission has invited the ESAs to (1) streamline and develop further the regulatory framework, (2) consider extending the lists of universal indicators for principal adverse impacts, as well as other indicators, and (3) refine the content of all the indicators for adverse impacts and their respective definitions, applicable methodologies, metrics and presentation. In addition, the mandate invites the ESAs to propose amendments regarding decarbonisation targets and to consider whether the financial products making taxonomy-aligned investments (referred to in Articles 5-6 of the Taxonomy Regulation) sufficiently address the disclosure and information on taxonomy-aligned economic activities. The ESAs should use this second mandate to develop draft RTS in accordance with Articles 4(6) and (7), 8(3), 8(4), 9(5), 9(6), 10(2), 11(4) and 11(5) SFDR in conjunction with Articles 10 of the ESAs Founding Regulations,3 and, where necessary, Article 2a(3) SFDR, and have been asked to provide their input at the latest within 12 months from the receipt of the letter, meaning by 28 April 2023. 

06/05/2022 Ares(2022)2798608 Mandate to the ESAs to develop SFDR RTS on product exposures to gas and nuclear activities , Reference PDF
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The three ESA Chairs have received two mandates to make amendments to the SFDR Delegated Regulation – adopted by the Commission on 6 April and currently under scrutiny.

The first one, received on 8 April, invites the ESAs to propose amendments in relation to the information that should be provided in pre-contractual documents, on website and in periodic reports about the exposure of financial products to investments in fossil gas and nuclear energy activities, reflecting the provisions set out in the Complementary Climate Delegated Act (CDA). The amendments should cover pre-contractual and periodic documents or information referred to in Article 6(3) and Article 11(2) SFDR and the product disclosures to be made on websites referred to in Article 10(1) SFDR, for financial products referred to in Article 8(1) to (2a) SFDR and in Article 9(1) to (4a) SFDR. The ESAs are invited to submit the amendments to the draft regulatory technical standards (RTS) as requested by the Commission at the latest by 30 September 2022. The amendments to the Delegated Regulation will have to ensure that the disclosures about the degree to which investments are in taxonomy-aligned activities provide for full transparency about investments in fossil gas and nuclear energy activities, in particular on the proportion such investments represent within all investments and in environmentally sustainable economic activities.

On 28 April 2022 the three ESAs Chairs received a second mandate to review the indicators for principal adverse impact (PAI) and the financial product disclosures in the SFDR Delegated Regulation. The Commission has invited the ESAs to (1) streamline and develop further the regulatory framework, (2) consider extending the lists of universal indicators for principal adverse impacts, as well as other indicators, and (3) refine the content of all the indicators for adverse impacts and their respective definitions, applicable methodologies, metrics and presentation. In addition, the mandate invites the ESAs to propose amendments regarding decarbonisation targets and to consider whether the financial products making taxonomy-aligned investments (referred to in Articles 5-6 of the Taxonomy Regulation) sufficiently address the disclosure and information on taxonomy-aligned economic activities. The ESAs should use this second mandate to develop draft RTS in accordance with Articles 4(6) and (7), 8(3), 8(4), 9(5), 9(6), 10(2), 11(4) and 11(5) SFDR in conjunction with Articles 10 of the ESAs Founding Regulations,3 and, where necessary, Article 2a(3) SFDR, and have been asked to provide their input at the latest within 12 months from the receipt of the letter, meaning by 28 April 2023. 

02/05/2022 ESMA70-155-11635 CSD Register Reference PDF
1.19 MB
02/05/2022 JC 2022 20 Call for advice on PRIIPs: ESA advice on the review of the PRIIPs Regulation , Report PDF
3.38 MB
29/04/2022 ESMA42-646012687-331 ESMA Guidelines , Reference XLSX
66.09 KB
25/04/2022 ESMA70-151-2218 Public Register for the Clearing Obligation under EMIR Reference PDF
678.85 KB
20/04/2022 ESMA80-187-945 Verena Ross' speech at ECMI/CEPS Webinar, 20 April 2022 , , Speech PDF
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Verena Ross' speech at ECMI/CEPS Webinar, 20 April 2022: "ESMA – driving forward high-quality supervision and transparency in a single EU capital market"

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