Regulator was originally set to submit the draft to the Commission by July 2
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) has delayed the submission of the
Mifid II Market Abuse Regulation technical standards to the
European Commission until the end of September, according to a
Commission letter seen by FOW.
Jonathan Faull, director
general for internal market and services at the European
Commission, and Steve Maijoor, chair of Esma, dated May 11
confirmed the formal submission had been delayed "from July to
the end of September".
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