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|12/07/2019||ESMA31-62-1333||Response form consultation on Guidelines on disclosure requirements under the Prospectus Regulation||Prospectus||Reference||DOCX
|15/12/2017||ESMA31-62-802 reply form||Response form- Consultation Paper on draft RTS under the new Prospectus Regulation||Prospectus||Reference||DOCX
|06/07/2017||ESMA31-62-649 reply form||Response form_Consultation Paper on EU Growth prospectus||Prospectus||Reference||DOCX
|06/07/2017||ESMA31-62-532 reply form||Response form_Consultation Paper on format and content of the prospectus||Prospectus||Reference||DOCX
|06/07/2017||ESMA31-62-650 reply form||Response form_Consultation Paper on scrutiny and approval||Prospectus||Reference||DOCX
|24/09/2015||2015/1425||Senior Management Extension||Press Releases||Press Release||PDF
|05/07/2018||ESMA71-99-999||SMSG Renewal July 2018 Press Release||Press Releases, Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group||Press Release||PDF
|30/08/2012||2012/537||STATEMENT- Short Selling Regulation Update: Market Maker & Primary Dealer Exemption Notification Procedure||Short Selling, Market Integrity, Press Releases||Statement||PDF
|The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is publishing this notice to alert financial market participants to its upcoming consultation on the market making and authorised primary dealer exemption under the EU’s Short Selling Regulation (SSR) and the procedure to be followed by firms and regulators in dealing with notifications of intention to use the exemption.|
|04/12/2012||2012/802||Statement: Operating Principles and Areas of Exploration in the Regulation of the Cross-Border Derivatives Market||Press Releases||Statement||PDF
|03/04/2018||ESMA31-62-800||Technical advice under the Prospectus Regulation||Prospectus||Final Report||PDF
|20/03/2013||2013/319||The consistent implementation of Commission Regulation (EC) No 809/2004 implementing the Prospectus Directive||Corporate Disclosure, Prospectus||Guidelines & Recommendations||PDF
This document contains an update of the CESR recommendations.
|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).|
|11/02/2016||2016/214||ToR OWG Prospectus||Prospectus||Reference||PDF
|28/09/2015||2015/1468||Trading venue briefing||MiFID - Secondary Markets, Press Releases||Reference||PDF
|11/03/2013||2013/280||Vacancy notice- Chair of Committee drafting a proxy advising industry Code of Conduct||Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance||Reference||PDF
|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: