ICMA Concerned About CSDR Mandatory Buy-In
ICMA has submitted a letter to the European Commission and ESMA outlining the industry concerns related to timely implementation of the CSDR mandatory buy-in provisions. The letter highlights the ongoing lack of regulatory clarification required by the industry to facilitate successful implementation, as well as asking the authorities to review the design and application of the buy-in framework in light of recent market events.
You can now read the letter @ICMAgroup submitted a letter to the European Commission and ESMA outlining the industry concerns related to timely implementation of the CSDR mandatory buy-in provisions. https://t.co/SlLnWzW00p
— ICMA (@ICMAgroup) May 21, 2020
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