Esma last week issued draft guidelines to clarify implementation of MAR
The incoming European Market Abuse
Regulation (MAR) is set to cause a "significant compliance
headache" for UK firms, with 80% of companies yet to start
preparing for the rules, according to a new research
The EU Markets Abuse Regulation (MAR) is
slated to take effect on July 3 2016. The rules cover the
disclosure of insider information, senior manager dealings,
market abuse and insider lists at European listed
With the implementation of the new rules
just five months out, a research report from law firm
Linklaters published on Monday said just 20% of companies have
started to prepare to comply with the new rules, and more than
80% of UK-listed firms expect to spend "significant time"
preparing for MAR.
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