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ESAs advise the Commission on PRIIPs with environmental or social objectives

The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) have submitted their technical advice to the European Commission (the Commission) to set minimum requirements, which manufacturers of PRIIPs with environmental or social (EOS PRIIPs) objectives should comply with to ensure their products meet the retail investors’ needs. The ESAs addressed  four areas: (i) specific environmental or social objectives, (ii) disclosure of specific investment […]

ESAs answer questions on the KID requirements for PRIIPs

The ESAs have published the first set of question and answers (Q&A) related to the KID requirements for PRIIPs. The purpose of the Q&A is to promote a common supervisory approach to the implementation of the KID. Stakeholders are invited to submit new questions and the ESAs will continue to answer further questions and will […]

ESAs publish central contact point recommendations

The ESAs have published draft RTS to help Member States work out when PSPs and E-money issuers should appoint a “central contact point” to help effective AML oversight of the activities of their networks in “host” Member States.

ESAs publish AML/CFT guidelines

The ESAs have published their final guidelines on AML and CFT required under MLD4. The guidance is intended for credit and financial institutions and should provide them with the tools they need to make risk-based decisions on their management of business relationships and occasional transactions. There are some general guidelines and some sector-specific ones. The […]

ESAs publish MLD4 RBA translations

The ESAs have published the official translations of the guidelines on the characteristics of a risk-based approach to AML and TF supervision under MLD4. It finalised the guidelines last November, but the translation triggers their national application. The deadline for compliance is 23 June.

ESAs warn on AML risks

The European Supervisory Authorities have warned the European Commission about the risks of money laundering and terrorist finance that affect the EU financial sector. The ESAs think many firms do not properly understand and manage their ML/TF risk, and also says firms sometimes find it hard to get information and intelligence that might speed up […]