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EET V1 AND UPDATED EMT V4 PUBLISHED BY FINDATEX

After intensive work of the FinDatEx dedicated working group, a stand-alone data exchange template EET V1 (European ESG Template) is now released to the public. The EET is a cross-sectoral template comprising the views of the banking, asset management, structured product, insurance, and pensions industries. Introducing the EET requires an update of the EMT (European…

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CEPT V2.0 IS OUT FOR PUBLIC CONSULTATION

European Comfort PRIIPs Template (CEPT 2.0) has been recently updated. The FinDatEx PRIIPs technical working group made the necessary changes to reflect modified data (based on the PRIIPs Regulation and revised PRIIPs Delegated Regulation). The use of this template is based on a bilateral (“comfort”) agreements between providers of underlying options for PRIIPs and insurers.…

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ESMA published its final reports on integrating sustainability risks and factors

European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published its Final report on integrating sustainability risks and…

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ESMA updates its Q&A on MiFID II and MIFIR investor protection and intermediaries topics

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has added 10 new Q&As on MiFID II…

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ESMA’s Interactive Single Rulebook for MiFID II/MiFIR

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has included MiFID II/MiFIR in its Interactive Single…

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Financial Data Exchange Group

EU financial services organisations (including EFAMA, EBF, Insurance Europe, ESBG, EACB and EUSIPA) have launched…

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Guest Blog: Results of my MiFID II-survey: How can we promote quality in the data needed for ex post reporting?

By Jens Jørgen Holm Møller, Experienced executive – international expert in asset management and business…

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Insurance Europe and EFAMA are calling on the European Commission to extend the expiry date of PRIIPs derogation for multi-option products (MOPs)

Insurance Europe and the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) are calling on the…

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