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Regulation CRA 2 on credit rating agencies

Published on May 31, 2011

A revision of European regulation on credit rating agencies that enters into force on 1st june 2011 gives exclusive competence to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) for the registration and supervision of credit rating agencies in Europe.

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Preventing insider misconduct by the senior executives of listed companies

Published on November 3, 2010

On 3 November 2010 the AMF published the findings of the working group led by AMF Board Member Bernard Esambert in a guide to preventing insider misconduct by the senior executives of listed companies.

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AMF 2009 report on credit rating agencies

Published on July 9, 2010

AMF publishes its 2009 report on credit rating agencies. In addition to reviewing regulatory developments, the AMF report looks at corporate credit ratings, structured finance products and sovereign debt. It itemises the measures taken by CRAs to improve the reliability and integrity of their ratings.

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Registration starting for credit rating agencies in the European Union

Published on June 7, 2010

In accordance with the European Regulation n°1060/2009 on the credit rating agencies that entered into force in December 2009, rating agencies will have to register with their national regulators.

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CRA Regulation on credit rating agencies

Published on November 17, 2009

An European regulation that provides rules for issuance of credit ratings in the Union has been published today. It lays the corner stone of a regulated framework for credit rating agencies.

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Publication of the working group report on stock lending in times of shareholders’ general meeting

Published on February 6, 2008

On 6 February 2008, the working group chaired by AMF Board member Yves Mansion published its report on stock lending in times of shareholders’ general meeting.

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Law on economic confidence and modernisation

Published on July 29, 2005

The purpose of the law of 26 July 2005 on economic confidence and modernisation is to modernise company operating rules by facilitating access to bank financing and financial markets and to build investor confidence, in particular by better use of mechanisms giving employees an interest in the results of their company and by reinforced transparency rules.

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