Ireland overhauls market abuse oversight rules


On January 31, the Central Bank of Ireland announced that in order to meet EU law obligations, it had taken back the handling of certain tasks and functions relating to market abuse oversight, which it had previously delegated to the Irish Stock Exchange.

The market abuse delegation arrangement with the stock exchange had been in place since 2005. However, requirements under EU law with respect to the Prospectus, Transparency and Market Abuse Directives meant that the central bank agreed to end

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