The European authority is set to publish the draft in the coming days
The European Securities and Markets
Authority approved late on Wednesday a paper that sets the
technical standards that will drive the implementation of the
controversial Markets in Financial Instruments Directive.
Esma’s Board of Governors,
comprising the heads of the 28 European Union member state
regulators, ratified late on Wednesday a 1500 page consultation
document, paving the way for its publication which could take
place as early as Thursday.
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