European Commission Publishes Commission Delegated Regulation Extending Exemption from EU Transparency Requirements to the People's Bank of China
06/20/2019An amending Commission Delegated Regulation to the existing Commission Delegated Regulation (Regulation 2017/1799), which specifies that third-country central banks may be exempted from certain transparency requirements under the Markets in Financial Infrastructure Regulation, has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The amendment means that the People's Bank of China will be added to the list of counterparty institutions whose transactions will not be subject to trade transparency requirements under MiFIR to the extent that those transactions are in pursuit of monetary, foreign exchange or financial stability policy. The amending Delegated Regulation will come into force and apply directly across the EU from July 10, 2019.
View the amending Commission Delegated Regulation.
View Commission Delegated Regulation 2017/1799.
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