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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities regarding the Q & A published by the EBA regarding the ‘Country-by-country reporting’ requirements as set in Part II, Section 2, Paragraph 18 of Directive DI144-2014-14, for the Prudential supervision of investment firms, which represents the transposition of Article 89 of the Directive 2013/36/EU of the EU...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the CIFs and the persons who effectively direct the business of CIF of the obligations provided in Article 32 of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law, as amended (‘the Law’), which include: “(1) A CIF must notify the Commission, along with all information needed to assess whether...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that the Joint Committee of the three ESAs, launched on 31.05.17 a public consultation on draft RTS specifying how credit and financial institutions should manage ML and TF risks where a third country’s law prevents, the implementation in their branches or majority-owned subsidiaries of group-wide policies and...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that they are legally obliged to notify to the Commissioner of the Protection of Personal Data (the “Commissioner”), by 30.04.17, the information provided in article 7 of the Law regarding the processing of personal data. Particularly: The Law applies to any processing of personal data which form...
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We would like to draw your attention to Circular C204, that was issued by CySEC on 04.05.17, regarding the regarding the freedom to provide investment and ancillary services and / or perform investment activities in a third country. The Circular was issued in continuance to the provisions of Circular C192. CySEC, in the context of...
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Through the Circular, CySEC aims to inform the Regulated Entities that provide investment services relating to financial contracts for difference (CFDs) and other complex and speculative products such as Binary Options and Foreign Exchange Contracts to Retail clients, through branch or cross border, in the territory of France. CySEC draws the attention to the new...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that further to Circulars C130, C140 and C141, CIFs shall be expected to report to CySEC on the likely implications that Brexit will have on their activities and services, including any suggestions for adopting immediate measures to eliminate their respective impact. CySEC’s expects that: CIFs look at...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that ESMA published on 31st March 2017 an updated version of its questions and answers document (the “Q&A”) on the application of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) to the marketing and sale of financial contracts for difference (CFDs) and other speculative products to Retail clients...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that following Circular C100, they have to submit within five (5) days from the end of each calendar – reporting month, the Complaints Registry – Form “ΧΧ_yyyymmdd_T144-002-01”, in order to inform regarding the complaints received during the reporting month and how these are being handled. The said...
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Through the Circular, CySEC informs the Regulated Entities that: According to Section 6(5) of the 4th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive 2015/849, the three European Supervisory Authorities (the “ESAs”) namely EBA, EIOPA and ESMA, are mandated to prepare every two (2) years, a joint Opinion on the risks of money laundering (the “ML”) and terrorist financing (the...
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