Tag Archives: MAR
The European Securities and Markets Authority has published 2 new questions relating to the prohibition on dealings by persons discharging managerial responsibilities during a closed period in its updated MAR Questions and Answers. Please read our briefing for more.
The latest edition of Market Watch looks at: a reminder that an investment firm’s transaction report must reflect the transaction from its own perspective, reporting its immediate counterparty or client (whether or not subject to MiFIR). Whether to report at block or allocation level depends on what the immediate counterparty confirms as “executions” a reminder […]
ESMA has updated the FAQs on MAR. New questions address the requirements around managers’ transactions.
ESMA has announced the launch of the second phase of its Financial Instrument Reference Database (FIRDS). It provides access to reference data that will eventually allow market participants to identify instruments subject to the MAR and MiFID 2/MiFIR reference data reporting requirements.
Mark Steward has spoken on the increase in FCA investigations into market conduct over the past year. He said the 75% increase results from: more investigations into capital market disclosure issues the extension of scope of the reporting regime which MAR has brought – including a 77% increase in reports because of the MAR requirements […]
ESMA has updated its FAQs on MAR. The additions clarify: the scope of firms subject to the requirement to detect and support suspicious orders and transactions the scope of financial instruments subject to the market sounding regime and who is subject to the insider list requirements.
ESMA has updated its FAQs on MAR to include new questions on: persons closely associated to a PDMR; blanket cancellation of orders policies; and disclosure of inside information relating to Pillar II requirements.
FCA made 4 new rules instruments at its June Board meeting. new fees rules taking effect from 3 July, to raise fees and levies to provide funding for the FOS and MAS to meet their statutory objectives, and to raise necessary funds for pensions guidance services and for Treasury to tackle illegal money lending; the […]
On 30 May 2017, ESMA published an updated version of its Q&A on the Market Abuse Regulation.
FCA’s latest quarterly consultation, quarterly consultation no.16 proposes changes to: DEPP and EG reflecting the FCA’s powers following the Bank Recovery and Resolution Order 2016: these would set out the decision-making procedure to be followed for decisions made under the amended sections of FSMA by the BRR order around removal of directors, senior executives and managers; MAR […]