Call for evidence on Mandate to CESR regarding technical advice on possible implementing measures concerning the Transparency Directive
28 Jul. 2005 - On 27 July 2005 CESR received a mandate from the European Commission (Commission) on
storage of regulated information and filing of regulated information. In the mandate the
Commission asks CESR to provide:
• An opinion on two preliminary issues, how agreements of interoperability of Officially
Appointed Mechanisms (OAMs) could be obtained and an analysis of cost and funding
implications for Member States at the initial stages of the creation of a EU-wide network;
• Secondly, CESR shall provide advice on a number of technical issues regarding the role of
the officially appointed mechanism for the central storage of central storage of
information (Article 21(2)) for the Transparency Directive, in this regard CESR shall also
provide technical advice on the role of the Competent Authority in supervising the OAM
and provide an assessment of the costs of setting up an OAM that meet the standards.
• Thirdly, CESR shall provide technical advice on the filing of regulated information by
electronic means with the competent authorities (Article 19(1)), and alignment of this
procedure with that of the filing with the OAM.
CESR is inviting all interested parties to submit
views as to what CESR should consider in its advice to the European commission. All
contributions should be addressed to Mr Fabrice Demarigny, Secretary General, and posted online, in the section Consultations.
28 Jul. 2005
Call for evidence - Mandate to CESR regarding technical advice on
possible implementing measures concerning the
Storage of regulated information and filing of
28 Jul. 2005
Press release - CESR launches a call for evidence on a mandate for technical advice on implementing measures concerning the Transparency Directive