Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin – 7 July 2022

Brian Leclere - 13 July 2022 - APP MARKET_WATCH Regulation

Includes developments in relation to: EU digital finance package; PSD2; fees for incoming CCPs and CSDs; retail investment funds; IRRD; and Solvency II Click on the headings below to access each section: GENERAL Issue 1167 / 7 July 2022 HEADLINES International Organization of Securities Commissions Cryptoasset Roadmap 2022-2023 – Published by IOSCO-7 July 2022 European Parliament EU digital finance package – Political agreement reached on MiCA-30 June 2022 Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act on nuclear and gas activities – European Parliament announces MEPs do not object-6 July 2022 Financial Conduct Authority Change in control notification delays – FCA updates webpage-1 July 2022 Regulated firms – FCA publishes Finalised Guidance (FG22/4) on approach to compromises-5 July 2022 Director of Consumer Finance, Director of Wholesale Buy-Side, Director of Digital Assets, Director of Retail and Regulatory Investigations, Director of Strategy, Policy International and Intelligence, and Director of Wholesale, Sell-Side – FCA makes new appointments-5 July 2022 Network for Greening the Financial System Climate-related data gaps – The NGFS publishes final report-6 May 2022 International Organization of Securities Commissions Cryptoasset Roadmap 2022-2023 – Published by IOSCO –  7 July 2022 The International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO) has published a Cryptoasset Roadmap for 2022-2023 setting out its regulatory policy agenda and work programme for the sector (the Roadmap).

Source: Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin – 7 July 2022

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