Esma under pressure
National supervisors should be responsible for their domestic institutions, says Czech National Bank
The new rules are "another instance of the authorities blaming the wrong people and imposing the wrong policies", says Cass's Ian Marsh
Changing the rules
Editorial: FSA takes power
UK FSA jumps on the ban-wagon
UK FSA to get ‘intensive and intrusive’ on products
New European banking, securities and insurance regulators name their first chairs
New statutory authority for the securities market makes first appointments following its creation on January 1.
Regulators need to look beyond capital structures to human issues, says Docters van Leeuwen
EU body has yet to recommend that all trade execution and trade reporting venues adopt protocol
French seeking to apply stricter rules to funds using complex investment strategies, claim Cesr support
Pan-European authorities will have the power to impose emergency measures and intervene with financial institutions, after parliamentarians gained ground in compromise agreement
A widened scope
New pre-trade transparency requirements for MTFs and ETFs as Cesr moves to a rules-based approach
The Committee of European Securities Regulators (Cesr) has made public for the first time its analysis of trends, risks and vulnerabilities in financial markets
European oversight committee lists advice on new financial market rules
European securities regulator suggests electronic confirmation could be mandatory
Spanish regulator to succeed Eddy Wymeersch in August, but might only serve until January, when Cesr becomes Esma.
MTFs and dark pools policy positions to be announced, Cesr urges industry participation in consultation
The European Union is close to reaching agreement on a new supervisory framework, designed to reduce the room for national discretion. But Germany’s recent short-selling ban shows domestic supervisors are not afraid to go their own way to protect national...