Esma sets out 2017 work programme

Steven Maijoor
Steven Maijoor, Esma chairman

The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) set out its work programme for 2017 in a statement published today (February 3).

The authority supervises six trade repositories (TRs) and 30 credit rating agencies (CRAs) in the European Union, as well as 11 third-country central counterparties (TC-CCPs).

The main supervisory priorities for TRs included data quality, data access, changes to technology, internal controls, strategy and governance. Steven Maijoor, Esma's chairman, said strategy

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