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19/07/2012 MOU CNV ESMA MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and CNV Argentina , Reference PDF
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19/07/2012 MOU Canada ESMA MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and Canadian authorities , Reference PDF
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20/07/2012 JC/2012/12 List of identified financial conglomerates Reference PDF
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02/08/2012 JC/P/2012/01 ESAs supervisory protocol on anti-money laundering of payment institutions Reference PDF
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01/10/2012 2012/631 ESMA 2013 Work Programme Reference PDF
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01/10/2012 2012/632 ESMA 2013-2015 multi annual work programme Reference PDF
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24/10/2012 JC/2012/88 EBA, EIOPA and ESMA’s Response to the European Commission’s Call for Advice on the Fundamental Review of the Financial Conglomerates Directive Reference PDF
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10/01/2013 2013/8 Call for expression of interest: Consultative Working Group for ESMA’s Corporate Reporting Standing Committee Reference PDF
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16/01/2013 JC/2013/02 Joint Committee of the ESAs’ 2013 Work Programme Reference PDF
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In 2013, the Joint Committee will give high priority to the areas of consumer protection and risk analysis. The Joint Committee will also pursue the regulatory work initiated in 2012 in key areas such as Financial Conglomerates, AntiMoney Laundering and Credit Ratings, and will give more visibility to its work to externalstakeholders.
23/01/2013 2013/87 2013 CRA supervision and policy work plan Reference PDF
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24/01/2013 ESMA 2011 Annex 3 2011 Declaration of Assurance by the Executive Director of ESMA Reference PDF
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07/02/2013 2013/157 ESMA budget for 2013 Reference PDF
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18/02/2013 MOU ESMA/DFSA MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and Dubai FSA , Reference PDF
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11/03/2013 2013/280 Vacancy notice- Chair of Committee drafting a proxy advising industry Code of Conduct , Reference PDF
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05/04/2013 2013/455 2013 Regulatory Work Programme Reference PDF
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2013 Regulatory Work Programme The 2013 Regulatory Work Programme (RWP) is based on ESMA’s 2013 Work Programme, published in October 2012, and provides a detailed breakdown of the of the individual workstreams as outlined in the 2013 Work Programme.  The RWP is based on the draft proposals of the European Commission for a number of upcoming legislative texts including MiFIR, MAR etc, and the timelines and details for various work streams are subject to further revision once the European Union institutions have finalised the relevant legislation.The RWP should normally be published in conjunction with the annual Work Programme on which it is based.  However, the 2013 RWP was delayed due to uncertainty over several components of the EU’s legislative programme.  As this uncertainty has been prevalent over the last two years, ESMA will amend its procedures to allow it to publish the RWP in Q1 of the relevant year, rather than with its Work Programme the preceding autumn.The RWP was approved on 29 January 2013 by ESMA’s Board of Supervisors.
29/04/2013 2013/518 ESMA Chair and Executive Director- Key Dates Calendar Reference PDF
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02/10/2013 JC/2013/051 Joint Committee of the ESAs’ 2014 Work Programme Reference PDF
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The Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, ESMA, EIOPA) publishes today its Work Programme for next year. Throughout 2014, the Joint Committee will give high priority to the areas of Consumer Protection and Cross-Sectoral Risk Analysis, as in the current year. The Joint Committee will also bring forward its regulatory work already underway in key areas such as Financial Conglomerates, Anti-Money Laundering, Benchmark setting processes and Credit Rating Agencies. Furthermore, the Joint Committee will keep on monitoring closely legislative and regulatory developments both at the European and international level, so as to ensure appropriate and timely follow-up, including in relation to Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs).
16/10/2013 2013/LCC/039 ESMA Specific Privacy Notice – Public procurement , Reference PDF
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16/10/2013 2013/LCC/Recruitment ESMA Specific Privacy Notice – Selections and Recruitments , Reference PDF
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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) , Reference PDF
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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.