Result

2018

Proposal to change Finansinspektionenʼs Regulations (FFFS 2014:33) regarding the countercyclical buffer rate

Finansinspektionen proposes to raise the countercyclical buffer rate to 2,5 percent. The rate is currently at 2 percent. The change will be effective from the 19 September 2019.

ESMA on the exemption for pension scheme arrangements from the clearing obligation

2018-07-05 | ESMA News Markets

The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) published on 3 July 2018 a statement on the exemption for pension scheme arrangements (PSAs) from the clearing obligation. The objective of the statement is to avoid, to the extent possible, disruption after 17 August 2018 when the current exemption for PSAs from the clearing obligation expires.

Esma publishes new information regarding the LEI requirements under MiFIR

2018-06-26 | News Reporting MiFID

ESMA published new information on 20 June 2018 regarding the LEI requirements under MiFIR. The publication confirms that the last day for the temporary period that was brought-in in December 2017 to allow for a smooth introduction of the LEI requirements will be 2 July 2018.

Operational disruptions in TRS 2 Production

2018-06-26 | News Reporting Markets

On Wednesday, 27 June, there will be operational disturbances in the TRS2 production environment due to an upgrade to a new system version.

UCITS funds

2018-06-21 | Reporting Markets

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Changes in reporting of holdings

2018-06-21 | Funds News Reporting

Finansinspektionen is making changes to the reporting of holdings for funds. The changes will go into effect in January 2019.The changes to the reporting aim to achieve more effective supervision of both individual funds and the fund market as a whole.

Consequences of Brexit for the Swedish financial market

Brexit will become a reality when the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019. This will change conditions for cross-border trade in financial services to and from the UK. FI describes in this report its analysis of a number of significant economic and legal aspects related to Brexit. In order to streamline its analysis, FI assumes a scenario in which the UK leaves the EU without the future relationship between them clearly defined and the UK becomes a third country among others (a hard Brexit).

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