The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority’s latest analysis revealed that a large proportion of investors do not understand how to use Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs) correctly.
A Polish court has asked the CJEU to rule on the scope of information insurers and reinsurers must communicate to their clients when selling them products investing in derivatives or strategies using derivatives.
UK regulator Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced proposals to permanently ban the mass-marketing of speculative illiquid securities, including speculative mini-bonds, to retail investors.
Britain's Pension Regulator provides a new tool enabling companies to manage liabilities of their defined benefit schemes.
French market authority AMF last week released its proposals to the European Commission, a few days after Efama, whose positions diverge somewhat.
The European Commission's public consultation will last until 2 October.
The European Commission has released a delegated act on supervising systemic CCPs in non-member-countries.
The chairs of European Banking Authority (EBA), European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) and European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) have asked the European Commission to standarise and widen the range of non-financial disclosures.