ESMA amends guidelines around enforcement of financial information

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The European Securities Markets Authority (ESMA) has published an amended version of guidelines on inforcement of financial information applicable to national competent authorities (NCAs), which are responsible for enforcing publishing of such information by issuers listed on regulated markets. The requirements derive from the Transparency Directive, while the drive to amend the guidelines stem from a 2017 peer review. Esma decided to amend the guildelines to increase harmonisation in the way NCA's apply the enforcement. The amendments mainly related to the methods used to select the ...

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