ESMA updated the table listing status of various guidelines. The table with the list of guidelines contains information such as the name of the guideline and the directive under which each guideline falls, along with links to consultation paper, responses received, final guideline, translations in official EU languages, and compliance table. The compliance table for each guideline contains compliance status for each member state in the EU, the European territories under Article 355(3), and the EEA/EFTA states. The updated list also contains date of application and links to peer reviews (if any) for each guideline.
Related Link: Updated List of ESMA Guidelines (PDF)
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