The transposition of the revised Transparency Directive into French law is now complete. An initial set of provisions were approved in September, and the second raft of changes to the General Regulation of the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) was approved by ministerial order on 3 December 2015. It was published today in the official journal.
This second raft of changes concerns:
A public consultation on these proposed changes to the General Regulation ran from 2 to 30 October 2015. A summary of the responses to this consultation is being published today.
In the coming weeks, the AMF will also update certain policy documents in order to integrate changes brought about by the Directive and ESMA's Questions and Answers.
Lastly, some implementing measures of the revised Transparency Directive are still being discussed at a European level and will come into force at a later date. This is the case for:
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