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Topic
Banking and financial services
Type of act
Proposal for a regulation

Roadmap

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Type

Inception impact assessment
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Feedback period
22 March 2017 - 19 April 2017
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  • Anonymous (Austria)
    19 April 2017 Company/business organisation
    Anonymous (Austria)

    Allgemeines Feedback Better Regulation - Folgenabschätzung iZm dem ESAs-Review 1. Zukünftige Architektur der Europäischen Aufsichtsbehörden Das öffentliche Konsultationsdokument der Europäischen Kommission zur zukünftigen Struktur und den Tätigkeitsbereichen der Europäischen Aufsichtsbehörden sieht lediglich eine Evaluierung der Aufsichtsstruktur und der Tätigkeitsbereiche der EBA, ESMA und EIOPA vor. Allerdings müsste die Aufsichtstätigkeit...

  • Nordic Financial Unions (Sweden)
    19 April 2017 Trade union
    Nordic Financial Unions (Sweden)

    The work carried out by the European Supervisory Authorities constitutes a good basis for further actions on financial stability and towards ensuring a level playing field of supervision in the EU. NFU finds that there is at times a gap between what is decided on level 1 and how this is incorporated at level 2 by the ESA’s. The EBA guidelines on sound remuneration policies from 2015 (CRD-4) published in late December 2015 showed that EU...

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Commission adoption

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Type

Proposal for a regulation
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Feedback period
20 September 2017 - 08 December 2017
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  • BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)
    8 December 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)

    BETTER FINANCE (BF) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Commission’s proposed amendment in the wider context of the review of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs). As regards the procedures and authorities involved for the authorization of CCPs (central counterparties) and requirements for the recognition of third-country CCPs, BF confirms its support for introducing a more pan-European approach to the supervision of EU and...

  • European Savings and Retail Banking Group (Belgium)
    17 November 2017 Business association
    European Savings and Retail Banking Group (Belgium)

    ESBG welcomes the opportunity given by the European Commission to give feedback on its proposals to review the European Supervisory Authorities and other legislative texts. As a whole, we believe that there are both positive and negative changes being proposed – however, we are surprised that the entire financial industry has been ignored by including in the proposal that the industry should fund the ESAs’ work. Please find set out below some...

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Type

Proposal for a directive
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Feedback period
20 September 2017 - 29 January 2018
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Feedback (6)

  • BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)
    29 January 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    BETTER FINANCE (Belgium)

    BETTER FINANCE (BF) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the EC’s proposal on the review of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs). BF supports initiatives aiming at improving supervisory convergence as well as enhancing efficiency of handling data relevant aspects of the MiFID II framework. However, transferring the powers to authorise and supervise data reporting service providers (DRSPs) from national competent authorities (NCAs) to...

  • LSEG (United Kingdom)
    29 January 2018 Company/business organisation
    LSEG (United Kingdom)

    LSEG supports the objectives of the European Commission to ensure a level playing field across the Single Market through its proposal on the review of the European Supervisory Authorities. Please find our full response attached. We agree with the principle of supervisory convergence in order to reduce any real or perceived regulatory arbitrage between jurisdictions. At the same time we agree with the Council that some recalibrations of the...

  • Nasdaq (Sweden)
    23 January 2018 Company/business organisation
    Nasdaq (Sweden)

    See attached document.

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Proposal for a regulation
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Feedback period
20 September 2017 - 23 January 2018
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Feedback (58)

  • European Investors' Association (Belgium)
    23 January 2018 Consumer organisation
    European Investors' Association (Belgium)

    EUROPEAN INVESTORS: REVIEW OF THE ESAs European Investors welcomes the opportunity to respond to the proposal of the European Commission (EC) for a Regulation to strengthen the role of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs). Because of the constituency of European Investors, this response will mainly focus on the (future) role, governance and powers of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). EXECUTIVE SUMMARY European...

  • Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) (Belgium)
    23 January 2018 Business association
    Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) (Belgium)

    The Association for Financial Markets in Europe ("AFME") is the voice of all Europe’s wholesale financial markets, providing expertise across a broad range of regulatory and capital markets issues. We represent the leading global and European banks and other significant capital market players. We advocate for deep and integrated European capital markets which serve the needs of companies and investors, supporting economic growth and benefiting...

  • ICI Global (United Kingdom)
    23 January 2018 Business association
    ICI Global (United Kingdom)

    ICI Global is deeply concerned that Article 31a on third-country delegation in the European Commission’s (Commission) proposed reforms of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) will detrimentally affect the prominence of UCITS as global investment vehicles. Many of our members manage and sponsor regulated funds domiciled in multiple jurisdictions (including UCITS) and have global business operations that provide services to those funds. ...

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