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 email@example.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org stating full contact details.
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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||Downloadpdf, 68.75 KB|
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