Guidelines and Technical standards

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published an overview of the compliance status declared by national competent authorities (NCAs) as regards the application of ESMA guidelines in their respective jurisdictions.  

The Compliance with Guidelines – Overview Table made available today is a compilation of individual guidelines compliance tables, already available on ESMA’s website, and provides an overview of the level of compliance declared by NCAs with ESMA guidelines. The guidelines listed in the table were adopted under Article 16 of Regulation 1095/2010 (ESMA Regulation). Article 16(3) requires NCAs to inform ESMA whether they comply, intend to comply or do not comply with guidelines issued by ESMA. In case an NCA does not comply or does not intend to comply with particular guidelines, it must inform ESMA about its reasons. The reasons for non-compliance as well as any other relevant information provided by NCAs are directly accessible in the Overview Table.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued today the official translations of its Guidelines on certain aspects of the MiFID II suitability requirements.

National Competent Authorities (NCAs) to which these Guidelines apply must notify ESMA whether they comply or intend to comply with the Guidelines, within two months of the date of publication by ESMA of the Guidelines in all EU official languages.

Guidelines on certain aspects of the MiFID II suitability requirements

BG  - Преводът е предоставен от Центъра за преводи за органите на Европейския съюз.

CS - Tento překlad vypracovalo Překladatelské středisko pro instituce Evropské unie.

DA - Denne oversættelse er udarbejdet af Oversættelsescentret for Den Europæiske Unions Organer.

DE - Die Übersetzung erfolgte durch das Übersetzungszentrum für die Einrichtungen der Europäischen Union.

EL - Η παρούσα μετάφραση έγινε από το Μεταφραστικό Κέντρο των Οργάνων της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης.

ES - Texto traducido por el Centro de Traducción de los Órganos de la Unión Europea.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has announced today the withdrawal of MiFID guidelines on systems and controls in an automated trading environment for trading platforms, investments firms and competent authorities. 

ESMA, to ensure common, uniform and consistent application of MiFID I and MAD, under its own initiative, adopted guidelines on systems and controls in an automated trading environment for trading platforms, investment firms and competent authorities in December 2011. Following the entry into force of MiFID II on 3 January 2018, ESMA has reviewed the guidelines in order to establish whether, in the context of the new legislative framework, they need to be amended or repealed. 

Having reviewed the guidelines, ESMA has decided to withdraw the guidelines based on the subject matter being successfully and fully incorporated into MiFID II and its implementing measures.

 

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