ESMA published the responses received to its two consultations on securitization repositories. Both the consultations were issued on March 23, 2018 and comment period ended on May 23, 2018. ESMA published responses from six entities on the consultation on technical advice on fees for securitization repositories. Additionally, it published responses from eight entities on the consultation on draft regulatory technical standards on the application for registration as a securitization repository.
- Press Release
- Consultation and Responses on Technical Advice
- Consultation and Responses on Securitization Repositories Application
Keywords: Europe, EU, Securities, Banking, Securitization Framework, Securitization Regulation, Securitization Repositories, Responses to Consultation, ESMA
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