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19/12/2017 ESMA70-156-181 Procedure for reporting of circuit breakers’ parameters by NCAs to ESMA Reference PDF
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15/09/2017 ESMA70-154-259 Procedure for exemption of MiFIR access provisions for trading venues as regards exchange-traded derivatives Reference PDF
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20/07/2017 MoU ESMA SEBI Previous MoU on CCPs between ESMA and SEBI , Reference PDF
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16/01/2015 2015 ESMA SFC MoU Previous MoU between ESMA and SFC regarding CCPs Reference PDF
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09/03/2015 ESMA MAS MoU Previous ESMA and MAS MoU on CCPs Reference PDF
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22/03/2019 esma35-36-1590 Presentation on CPs MIFID-UCITS-AIFMD , , Reference PDF
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09/06/2022 Overview recruitments Overview recruitments , Reference PDF
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08/01/2018 20180103 Overview of MiFID II position management controls Reference XLSX
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20/06/2012 2012/378 Operation of notifications of MiFID Article 41 suspensions and removals of financial instruments from trading Reference PDF
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This protocol has been created to ensure effective co-operation between Competent Authorities (CAs) with respect to their obligations under Article 41 of MiFID (Suspension and removal of in-struments from trading).The purpose of the notification obligations under Article 41 is to afford investors across all Mem-ber States the same level of protection regardless of where they trade. In order to achieve this outcome, a shared understanding of the different circumstances under which trading may be suspended in different Member States according to their national law and the expected course of action under Article 41 is helpful. To ensure trading is suspended or an instrument is removed from trading in an effective and timely way, an effective communication process is necessary.The protocol will be kept under review in light of practical experience.
17/11/2015 2015/1514 Note on MiFID-MiFIR implementation delays , Reference PDF
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09/03/2022 ESMA90-1-163 Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation for Information Sharing Regarding Participants in a Clearing or Settlement System , Reference PDF
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19/07/2012 MOU SFC ESMA MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and SFC Hong Kong , Reference PDF
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19/07/2012 MOU SEC ESMA MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and SEC , Reference PDF
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19/07/2012 2012/124 MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and MAS , Reference PDF
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30/06/2016 MOU FSB ESMA MoU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and FSB South Africa , 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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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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19/07/2012 2011/454 MOU on the supervision of CRAs- ESMA and ASIC , Reference PDF
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This document contains two copies of the MOU, signed by ESMA and by the ASIC.
05/03/2015 MOU ESMA RBA MoU between ESMA and RBA regarding trade repositories Reference PDF
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) have concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will allow RBA to have access to data held in European Trade repositories according to its mandate. The MoU is effective as of 18 February 2015.The ESMA-RBA MoU is the second cooperation arrangement established under Article 76 of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). This provision aims at ensuring that third-country authorities that do not have any trade repository in their jurisdiction may access the information on derivatives contracts held in European trade repositories which is relevant for their mandates. The MoU ensures that guarantees of professional secrecy exist. The first MoU of this kind was concluded in November 2014 between ESMA and the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).