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12/06/2003 03-162 Annex I CESR’s consultation on possible Implementing Measures of the proposed Prospectus Directive – Annex I Consultation Paper PDF
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12/06/2003 03-162Annexes CESR’s consultation on possible Implementing Measures of the proposed Prospectus Directive – Annexes Consultation Paper PDF
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CESR releases today a consultation paper on possible detailed technical measures to implement the proposed Directive on Prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading. These measures are being developed on the basis of a provisional mandate given to CESR by the EU Commission in March 2002 and an additional provisional mandate published in February 2003. The consultation paper released today addresses the technical advice required by 30 September 2003. The measures cover: Format of the Prospectus; Disclosure requirements; Annual information. The deadline for submitting responses to the consultation paper is 12 August 2003. As specified in the consultation paper, an open hearing will be held in Paris at CESR on Wednesday 9 July 2003.
12/06/2003 03-170 Press release- CESR Consultation on possible Implementing Measures of the Proposed Prospectus Directive Press Release PDF
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CESR releases today a consultation paper on possible detailed technical measures needed to implement the proposed Directive on Prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading (Ref. CESR/03-162 and Annexes). The consultation paper released today addresses the technical advice required by 30 September 2003. The measures cover: format of the prospectus; disclosure requirements; annual information. The deadline for submitting responses to the consultation paper is 12 August 2003. As specified in the consultation paper, an open hearing will be held in Paris at CESR on Wednesday 9 July 2003.
12/06/2003 03-162 CESR's consultation on possible Implementing Measures of the proposed Prospectus Directive Consultation Paper PDF
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01/07/2003 03-210b CESR consults on Minimum Disclosure Requirements for Sovereign Issuers and Financial Information on Prospectus Consultation Paper PDF
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01/07/2003 03-210b Annexes CESR consults on Minimum Disclosure Requirements for Sovereign Issuers and Financial Information on Prospectus Consultation Paper PDF
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30/07/2003 03-238 Press release- CESR consults on minimum disclosure requirements for sovereign issuers and financial information on prospectus Press Release PDF
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CESR publishes today 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. The proposed measures to implement the Prospectus Directive include: minimum disclosure requirements for securities issued by EU Member States, Non-EU States and their regional or local authorities and proposals regarding the dissemination of advertisements in relation to an offer of securities to the public or the admission to trading. CESR invites responses to the consultation paper. These should be received by 30 October 2003 to enable comments to be fully considered. This will shape the basis of CESR's final submission to the European Commission requested by 31 December 2003. Responses should be addressed by e-mail to Mr Fabrice Demarigny, Secretary General of CESR at secretariat@europefesco.org. A public hearing will be held in Paris on 9 October 2003 at the CESR offices. Interested parties are asked to register before 1 October 2003 by e-mail to secretariat@europefesco.org stating full contact details.
31/07/2003 03-239 Press release- CESR sends to the European Commission its Final Advice on Disclosure Obligations for listed and issuing companies Press Release PDF
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CESR releases today its advice on draft technical measures to implement the Directive on Prospectus (Ref. CESR/03-208 and Annexes), accompanied by a Feedback Statement on the consultation (Ref. CESR/03-209). The proposed measures would need to be met when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading and responds to a request from the European Commission for technical advice by 31 July 2003. In particular, the advice submitted by CESR will propose the provision of standardised information across the EU for issuing companies to disclose to investors. These disclosure requirements include key financial information, operating results, specific risk factors, a statement on how the company complies with its national corporate governance code, remuneration of key management, as well as potential conflicts of interests. Additionally, to facilitate access to capital for
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
01/08/2003 03-247 Press release- CESR/ESCB Consultative report on Standards for Securities Clearing and Settlement systems in the European Union Press Release 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
03/09/2003 03-288b Press release- CESR's Advice on the Second Set of Implementing Measures for the Market Abuse Directive Press Release PDF
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The Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) released today the Advice on the Second Set of Implementing Measures for the Market Abuse Directive (Ref. CESR/03-212c), to be taken into account by the European Commission following the Market Abuse Directive. This Directive has to be implemented by Member States by October 2004. The implementing measures covered by the advice include: Guidelines for determining accepted market practices; inside information on commodity derivative markets; the maintenance of insider lists by issuers; the disclosure of transactions by senior managers; the obligation by financial intermediaries to report suspicious transactions. The work on the advice was undertaken by the CESR Expert Group on Market Abuse under the Chairmanship of Professor Stavros Thomadakis, Chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission.
02/10/2003 03-359 Press release- CESR re-elects its Chairman and Vice-Chair Press Release PDF
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The Chairmen of all the EU Securities regulators represented in CESR unanimously re-elected both the Chairman of CESR, Arthur Docters van Leeuwen, Chairman of the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets and the Vice Chairman, Kaarlo J
03/10/2003 03-350 Press release- CESR submits its final advice on the content and format of Prospectus Press Release PDF
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The committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) publishes today its final advice to the European Commission. The advice follows a consultation by CESR with industry on the minimum information to be provided in a prospectus; including, a
07/10/2003 03-317b CESR Draft Standard No. 2 on Financial Information- Co-ordination of Enforcement Activities Consultation Paper PDF
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CESR launches today a consultation paper proposing greater co-ordination of enforcement activities by supervisors of financial information in Europe
07/10/2003 03-323b European regulation on the application of IFRS in 2005- Draft recommendation for additional guidance regarding the transition to IFRS Consultation Paper PDF
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The European Commission established in its Regulation n
07/10/2003 03-361b Press release- European Regulation on the application of IFRS in 2005 – Draft Recommendations for additional guidance regarding the transition to IFRS Press Release PDF
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The European Commission established in its Regulation n
07/10/2003 03-362b Press release- CESR Draft Standard No. 2 on Financial Information- Co-ordination of Enforcement Activities Press Release PDF
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CESR launches today a consultation paper proposing greater co-ordination of enforcement activities by supervisors of financial information in Europe
30/10/2003 03-383 Press release- CESR begins preparations for the new role in the regulation of Asset Management and Unit Collective Investment Schemes (UCITS) Press Release PDF
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CESR publishes today a consultation paper setting out how it proposes to prepare for its new role in the regulation of Asset Management and Unit Collective Investment Schemes (UCITS) in Europe. This also includes establishing how European securities regulators will work until these responsibilities are transferred from the UCITS Contact Committee established by the European Commission to CESR and includes specific areas where CESR proposes to begin work. CESR sets out the three principles that will underpin its work in this area until it formally receives responsibility for providing advice to the Commission for portfolio management activities from the European Union. These principles include the commitment that: Any future work done by CESR regarding UCITS would have to be conducted in full coherence with the EU institutional framework; CESR should take in a global vision of the so-called
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