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ESMA Guidelines On Liquidity Stress Testing
Following on from a consultation process earlier this year, ESMA has published its final report on guidelines on liquidity stress testing in UCITS and AIFs
Ireland
9 Sep 2019
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Re-Preparing For A Hard Brexit
As readers will be aware, both the EU and the Central Bank of Ireland took a series of measures in the lead up to 29 March this year to provide as much stability as possible in the event of a hard Brexit.
Ireland
24 Jul 2019
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Reporting Obligations Under SFTR
As readers will be aware, the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation entered into force in January of 2016.
Ireland
9 Apr 2019
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Brexit Update: Additional Clarity Received From The Central Bank Of Ireland
Following on from our recent publication, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") has now provided additional clarity on a number of key Brexit related matters that will be of relevance
Ireland
19 Mar 2019
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BREXIT: ESMA And European Regulators Reach Agreement On MoUs With The FCA
With just 56 days to go until the UK is expected to leave the EU on 29 March, 2019, the asset management industry has finally received confirmation that arrangements involving the delegation of portfolio management by...
Ireland
8 Feb 2019
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Central Bank Of Ireland Publishes Findings Of Review Into Outsourcing Arrangements
Earlier this week, the Central Bank published its Outsourcing-Findings and Issues for Discussion (the "Paper").
Ireland
28 Nov 2018
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Money Market Funds Regulation ("MMF Regulation") Update
On the 28 September 2018, ESMA published a Consultation Paper setting out draft guidelines on stress test scenarios under the MMF Regulation, which applies to all new and existing money market funds ("MMFs").
Ireland
10 Oct 2018
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PRIIP, SFTR And BMR Update: Publication Of Irish Regulations
The Central Bank has been given extensive powers relating to the enforcement of the SFTR, PRIIP and the Benchmarks Regulation regimes following the recent publication of domestic regulations.
Ireland
7 Feb 2018
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Britain, Brexit & Financial Services
‘Brexit' could result in British banks being unable to sell their services throughout the EU – and international financial institutions might scale back their operations and move elsewhere.
Ireland
19 Dec 2016
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