ADM can assist firms, in accordance with their business strategy, in their dialogue with regulators and other authorities on the continued need for a coordinated approach to the regulation of cross-border financial services and the various forms it can take.
MiFID II/MiFIR, EMIR and CRD IV all include important provisions relating to whether another country’s jurisdiction rules and supervisory approach are equivalent, and with Brexit, these provisions will heighten in importance as the ability for firms in the UK to passport to the remaining 27 member states may diminish, as will also be the case for firms seeking to passport from the remaining 27 members states to the UK.
In addition to working on MiFID II/MiFIR and CRD IV with trade associations as interim Secretary General to ICSA (Jan 2014–Dec 2014), ADM acted as Secretariat to the Cross-Border Regulation Forum (CBRF), and was central to the CBRF’s 28 May 2014 submission to the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) on the Key issues and challenges relevant to the regulation of cross-border business in financial services. ADM also played a key role in communicating the industry’s concerns to IOSCO’s Cross-Border Task Force.
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