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On International Women's Day, the heads of EU agencies, including ESMA, commit to zero tolerance on sexual harassment in a joint statement.
 

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), is an open and transparent EU Authority, and in order to successfully achieve its mission, ESMA welcomes and encourages stakeholders to make their views and opinions known.

ESMA strives to ensure that the means available for stakeholders to interact with the Authority are appropriate and meet the needs of its various interlocutors.  In that respect, ESMA is today launching a short survey, and welcomes input from all market participants and other stakeholders regarding the way they interact with ESMA. 

A full overview of the ways we interact with stakeholders can be found on our website.

Next steps

The survey is open for comments until 30 March 2018.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is launching its Interactive Single Rulebook, which is a new service for market participants and other interested stakeholders across the European Union.  The tool is launched today with the Level 1 text of the UCITS Directive, and links to all relevant Level 2 and Level 3 measures already available elsewhere on ESMA’s website. 

ESMA, in publishing this Interactive Single Rulebook, aims to facilitate the consistent application of the EU single rulebook for securities markets area. The new on-line tool provides, for Directives or Regulations in ESMA’s remit, a comprehensive overview of all implementing or delegated acts, guidelines, opinions and Q&As.

Next steps

ESMA’s objective is to provide an interactive version for each key level 1 text under ESMA’s remit incrementally, with the next texts being the Credit Rating Agencies Regulation and MiFID II/MiFIR.