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ESMA work programme 2023: focus on sustainability, technological change and protection of retail investors

10/10/2022 ESMA Visiter le site source

Verena Ross, Chair, said: “The 2023 AWP is the first work programme developed under the ESMA Strategy for 2023-2028 and will see ESMA delivering amongst others on the priorities we set out in our sustainable finance roadmap, adapting to digitalisation in financial markets and enhancing the access to and quality of supervisory data. A core part of our mission is to further improve the protection of retail investors and we will do this by promoting the convergence of supervisory and regulatory practices across the EU. Considering the current challenging market conditions, ESMA will continue close monitoring of financial markets, including CCPs.  In that context, and linked to measures for tackling the current energy crisis, we also expect to conduct work to review and clarify the existing rules for these markets. In 2023 ESMA will be taking on new responsibilities in regulating the impact of new technology on financial markets via mandates under DORA, MiCA and the DLT regime.”   

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