The European Commission launched a public consultation on the first two sets of criteria for determining which economic activities can qualify as environmentally sustainable, under the EU’s Taxonomy.
In its consultation paper, Esma unveils application and authorisation fees as well as a minimum annual supervisory fee for data reporting services providers it will supervise from 2022.
The strong regulatory supervision of money market funds could lead to potential changes related to minimum liquidity requirements, according to latest research from Fitch Ratings.
Finansinspektionen (FI), the Swedish financial regulatory authority, had changed the rules for mutual funds and managers of alternative investment funds, to streamline supervision.
Finma said it will set up a supervisory regime for pension scheme managers.
Documents released by the international swaps and derivatives association mitigate the systemic risk of permanent LIBOR substitution.
Investment firms, credit institutions and collective investment schemes' management companies will all be subject to this new regulation.
A report by European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) has identified investment funds with significant exposures to corporate debt and real estate as high priority for enhanced security from a financial stability perspective and lists priority area to bolster preparedness to future liquidity and valuation shocks.
The National Security and Investment Bill will strengthen the UK’s ability to investigate and intervene in mergers, acquisitions and other deals that could threaten its national security.