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ESMA finds continued high risks as financial markets remain highly volatile

19 February 2020
monetary policy and continuing uncertainties such as those on Brexit and on US-China trade relations. ... and Brexit.   Focus on risks in bonds, BigTech and short-termism This TRV also takes an in-depth look ...

ESMA sees continued high market risk amid deteriorating economic fundamentals

28 November 2019
high, against the background of a deteriorating growth outlook, continued uncertainty around Brexit ... as uncertainty around the Brexit timeline remain key risk drivers.   ...

ESMA prepares for new responsibilities in 2020

01 October 2019
and ESMA continues to prepare for both a no-deal Brexit scenario, where it will focus on managing ...

EU financial regulators highlight risks of a no-deal Brexit and search for yield

12 September 2019
uncertainties, especially those around Brexit, supervisory vigilance and cooperation across all sectors remains ... the case of a no-deal Brexit. Considering the variety of measures undertaken by the ESAs and national ...

ESMA – Investors face increasing risks amid renewed market volatility

10 September 2019
and concerns over a no-deal Brexit remain key risk drivers for the second half of 2019.   Investors ...

ESMA says market risk remains high but stable

15 May 2019
exit from the EU mitigated key no-deal Brexit risks in the short term, uncertainty about the terms ... global trade tensions, uncertainty surrounding the outcome of Brexit and the fading expectations ...

EU financial regulators highlight risks of a no-deal Brexit and asset price volatility

02 April 2019
the materialisation of a no-deal Brexit scenario. In light of the ongoing uncertainties, especially those around ... Brexit, supervisory vigilance and cooperation across all sectors remains key. Therefore, the ESAs calls ... withdrawal from the European Union, including possible market volatility a no-deal Brexit may trigger. ...

ESMA TRV: Political uncertainty amid growth slowdown weighs on market sentiment

28 February 2019
to Brexit, amid weakening growth prospects, global trade tensions, and reduced global monetary policy ... uncertainty, with concerns over a no-deal Brexit weighing on economic and market expectations. Areas of focus ...

ESMA Q&As clarify prospectus and transparency rules in case of no-deal Brexit

31 January 2019
Brexit Corporate Disclosure Corporate Finance Prospectus Supervisory convergence Transparency ... 29 March 2019 with no withdrawal agreement in place (no-deal Brexit). These Q&As will only apply ... in case of a no-deal Brexit. The Q&As provide the following clarifications in the event ...

ESMA sees rising market nervousness and sensitivity linked to Brexit risks

29 November 2018
risk. Going forward, ESMA sees concerns over a potential no-deal Brexit increasingly weighing on ... economic and market expectations. Risks to business operations from Brexit as well as from cyber threats ...

Volatility spikes underline fragilities and risks to EU securities markets and investors

06 September 2018
Report (No 2, 2018). ESMA also re-iterated its concerns about cyber risk and Brexit risks for business ... The outcome of the Brexit negotiations remains at this stage the most important political risk for the EU; ... continues to be elevated with negative outlook, as cyber threats and Brexit-related risks to business ...


06 June 2018
at high. Operational risk continues to be elevated, with a deteriorating outlook, as Brexit ...

EU financial regulators warn against risks for EU financial markets, Brexit, asset repricing and cyber-attacks key risks

12 April 2018
uncertainties, especially those around Brexit, supervisory vigilance and cooperation across all sectors remains ... the future asset managers; Brexit: the ESAs recommend EU financial institutions and their counterparties, as ...

High risks persist for European securities markets and investors, ESMA says

20 March 2018
as around the current Brexit negotiations; and Credit risk has eased in relation to an improving ...

Listed issuers must focus on new IFRS standards in 2017 annual financial reports

27 October 2017
of financial performance and the disclosure on the impact of Brexit.  ESMA also highlights that the 2017 ...

ESMA sees valuation risk at highest levels due to financial weakness and geopolitical uncertainty

12 September 2017
valuations; and prevailing geo-political and political uncertainties. Brexit-related uncertainties remain ...

ESMA issues risk dashboard for first quarter of 2017

14 June 2017
the Brexit negotiations and the election calendar in the EU, as the most important potential sources of risk ...

ESMA sets enforcement priorities for listed companies’ 2016 financial statements

28 October 2016
statements and highlights the need for transparency in disclosing the potential impact of Brexit on issuers’ ... preparing for these new standards now. In addition, taking into consideration the relevance of Brexit for ... of Brexit approaches.  Next steps ESMA and European national enforcers will monitor and supervise ...