09 February 2016

Latest articles for European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma)


ESMA to focus on governance, strategy, data and fees in 2016 supervision

05 February 2016  |  1872 views  |  0 Company announcement

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has today published its 2016 supervisory priorities for credit rating agencies (CRAs) and trade repositories (TRs), as well as its annual report summarising the key supervisory work and actions undertaken during 2015.


CDCC and NGX receive CCP recognition from Esma

01 February 2016  |  893 views  |  0 Company announcement

TMX announced today that both NGX, a North American energy exchange and central clearing counterparty (CCP), and the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC), Canada's national CCP for exchange-traded derivative products, certain over-the-counter (OTC) products and repos, have received third country CCP recognition from the European Securities and Markets Authorities (ESMA), effective immediately.


European regulators take a closer look at robo-advisors

04 December 2015  |  6420 views  |  0 News

The Joint Committee of the three European Supervisory Authorities – EBA, EIOPA and Esma – has opened up a debate about the risks and benefits of robo-advisors in financial markets.


European swap clearing to start in June 2016

02 December 2015  |  1287 views  |  0 Company announcement

Firms will have to centrally clear certain classes of interest rate swaps starting from 21 June 2016.


Pressure builds to delay MiFID II reforms

10 November 2015  |  5742 views  |  0 News

Pressure is mounting on the European Commission to postpone the implementation of securities market reforms under MiFID II by a year, as banks and brokers struggle to adapt their IT systems to meet the 2017 timetable.


European rulemakers put big data under the microscope

05 October 2015  |  4742 views  |  0 News

European supervisory authorities are to undertake a review of the use of big data to profile and target consumers by the bloc's major banking groups.


Esma publishes final rules for MiFID II, MAR, and CSDR

28 September 2015  |  2741 views  |  0 Company announcement

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) today published its final technical standards (TS) on some of the most important pieces of post-crisis financial regulation: the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) and the Central Securities Depositaries Regulation (CSDR).


Esma rethinks Emir framework

13 August 2015  |  2361 views  |  0 Company announcement

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published four reports focused on how the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) framework has been functioning and providing input and recommendations to the European Commission’s (EC) EMIR Review.


Deutsche Bank backs blockchain potential

31 July 2015  |  13234 views  |  0 News

Deutsche Bank is the latest major financial institution to laud the potential of the blockchain, confirming that it is exploring the use of distributed ledger technology for everything from securities clearing and settlement to anti-money laundering registries.


Esma issues call for evidence on virtual currencies

22 April 2015  |  5191 views  |  0 News

The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) is to undertake an investigation into the use of virtual currency or distributed ledger technology in the capital markets.

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