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05/11/2003 03-483 CESR’s role in creating the pan European rules by Arthur Docters van Leeuwen, Chairman of CESR Speech PDF
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Held at APCIMS 2003 Annual Conference in London on 5 November 2003
30/12/2003 03-490b Preparing for the implementation of Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)- Feedback Statement CESR Document PDF
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08/01/2004 03-494 CESR submits to the European Commission its final advice on the content of Prospectus and dissemination of advertisements- Summary of answers of a questionnaire on factual information regarding advertisement practices in the Member States Final Report PDF
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CESR is also publishing the summary to a questionnaire on factual information regarding advertisement practices and relevant legislation in the member states.
08/01/2004 03-495 CESR submits to the European Commission its final advice on the content of Prospectus and dissemination of advertisements- Summary of answers to a questionnaire on Exemption from obligation to publish Final Report PDF
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08/01/2004 03-496 CESR submits to the European Commission its final advice on the content of Prospectus and dissemination of advertisements- Summary of answers to a questionnaire on the equivalence of Propsectus drawn up in 3rd countries Final Report PDF
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04/03/2004 03-497b List of Alternative Trading Systems Currently operating in Member States (updated on 7 April 2004) Reference PDF
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24/12/2003 03-498 Results of CESR’s public consultation on the consultation papers on Minimum Disclosure requirements for Sovereign Issuers and Financial Information on Prospectus Final Report PDF
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CESR publishes topday the results of the public consultation on the consultation papers on Minimum Disclosure requirements for Sovereign Issuers and Financial Information on Prospectus (Ref: CESR/03-498). On 30 July, CESR published an additional consultation paper (CESR/03-210b and annexes) on possible draft technical measures to implement the Prospectus Directive. The proposed measures would need to be met when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading. CESR invited all interested parties to submit responses to the consultation paper. The consultation period closed on 30 October 2003, and the comments received will shape the basis of CESR"s final submission to the European Commission requested by 31 December 2003. We have endeavoured to place all the responses received electronically on the website. If you have any problems with the way in which your response has been issued or if your response has not been published, please contact the CESR Secretariat.
24/12/2003 03-499 Results of CESR’s public consultation on “The role of CESR in the regulation and supervision of UCITS and asset management in the EU” Final Report PDF
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Results of CESR
24/12/2003 03-500 Results of CESR’s public consultation on European Regulation on the application of IFRS in 2005 – Draft Recommendations for additional guidance regarding the transition to IFRS Final Report PDF
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Results of CESR
30/12/2003 03-514 Press release- Preparing for the Implementation of Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Press Release PDF
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CESR publishes today its recommendation for regulators on how listed companies can effectively manage the communication of the financial impact of transitioning to international accounting standards in 2005. CESR considers it essential that the transition must be carefully monitored by regulators to ensure that every company continues to meet its reporting requirements and that investors are able to understand the effect of the new reporting standards on the financial position of listed companies. European companies whose securities are traded on a regulated market will be required by the European Regulation n
08/01/2004 03-528 Press release- CESR submits to the European Commission its final advice on the content of Prospectus and dissemination of advertisements Press Release PDF
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CESR submits its final (and third) package of advice on the Prospectus Directive to the European Commission. The advice follows a consultation by CESR with market participants on the minimum information to be provided in a prospectus, with special reference to the historical financial information to be included in a prospectus and on the dissemination of advertisements. CESR
01/08/2003 03-538 Scope of Application- CESR/ESCB Standards for Securities Clearing and Settlement Systems in the European Union Consultation Paper PDF
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01/08/2003 03-539 Standards for Securities Clearing and Settlement Systems in the European Union Consultation Paper PDF
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The Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) have published today two documents entitled
08/01/2004 04-008b Press release- First achievement of the Lamfalussy process: A robust European regime against market abuse Press Release PDF
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CESR welcomes the adoption by the European Commission of the first set of level 2 legislation to establish Europe
12/01/2004 04-015 Summary and Responses on the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) joint consultation on Standards for Securities Clearing & Settlement Systems in the European Union Final Report PDF
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This note summarises the responses to the ESCB-CESR public consultation on the consultative report entitled
20/01/2004 04-021 Call for Evidence- CESR starts work on EU Commission provisional mandates on the new Investment Services Directive- the Financial Instruments Markets (FIM) Directive Consultation Paper PDF
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The European Commission published today its first set of provisional mandates requesting CESR
20/01/2004 04-022 Press release- CESR starts work on EU Commission provisional mandates on the new Investment Services Directive- the Financial Instruments Markets (FIM) Directive and Call for Evidence Press Release PDF
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The European Commission published today its first set of provisional mandates requesting CESR
22/04/2004 04-045b Standard No. 2 on Financial Information- Co-ordination of enforcement activities- Feedback Statement CESR Document PDF
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04/03/2004 04-057 CESR Guidelines for the Consistent Implementation of the Proposed Commission's Regulation on Prospectus- Call for Evidence CESR Document PDF
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Prospectus Directive and accompanying Regulation establishes a harmonised format for Prospectus in Europe and enables companies to use this Prospectus to list on all European markets without having to re-apply for approval from the local regulator and by so doing help companies avoid the inherent delays and costs that this may involve. As a result of this new legislation, consumers can also be assured of more consistent and standardised information which will enable them to compare more effectively the various share offers available from a wider number of European listed companies. This is likely to lead to a greater range of products available to consumers and will encourage European companies to list and offer on a number of exchanges or markets due to the strengthening and simplification of the regulatory regime.
04/03/2004 04-060 Press release- CESR starts work on Guidelines for the Consistent Implmentation of the Proposed Commission's Regulation on Prospectus. Press Release PDF
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CESR announces today the launch of work to prepare guidance on disclosure requirements established under the proposed Prospectus Regulation. The Prospectus Directive and accompanying Regulation establishes a harmonised format for Prospectus in Europe and enables companies to use this Prospectus to list on all European markets without having to re-apply for approval from the local regulator and by so doing help companies avoid the inherent delays and costs that this may involve. As a result of this new legislation, consumers can also be assured of more consistent and standardised information which will enable them to compare more effectively the various share offers available from a wider number of European listed companies. This is likely to lead to a greater range of products available to consumers and will encourage European companies to list and offer on a number of exchanges or markets due to the strengthening and simplification of the regulatory regime.