ESMA provides guidance on cross-border investment services and MiFID transition
Guidance for Member State National Competent Authorities and Market Participants has been issued by ESMA in respect of maintaining continuity of cross-border provision of investment services in the transition from MiFID I and MiFID II, providing for the possibility that there is late transposition of the Directive by some Member States.
Guidance has also been issued regarding the cross-border operation of regulated markets and provision of data reporting service providers.
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Please Note: This publication is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all developments in the law and practice, or to cover all aspects of those referred to. Readers should take legal advice before applying the information contained in this publication to specific issues or transactions.
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