ESMA published an extended version of the MiFID II/MiFIR transitional transparency calculations (TTCs) for equity and bond instruments, adding further instruments. The TTCs for these additional instruments are displayed, along with the already published TTC. The earlier version of TTCs were published on December 22, 2017 and remain unchanged.
The calculations of the newly added instruments where done by national competent authorities. ESMA compiled these calculations with utmost care and to the best of its ability for publication. The updated files establish the transparency parameters that are currently applicable for instruments first listed before January 03, 2018. ESMA has added the applicable TTC for:
- Equity instruments, traded for the first time on a trading venue between September 13, 2017 and January 02, 2018 (included)
- Bond instruments (except ETCs and ETNs), traded for the first time on a trading venue between November 01, 2017 and January 02, 2018 (included).
Keywords: Europe EU, Securities, MiFID/MiFIR, Transparency Calculations, TTC, ESMA
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