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The new Market Abuse Regime – Legislation in force in the Netherlands as of 3 July 2016

The new Market Abuse Regime – Legislation in force in the Netherlands as of 3 July 2016

The new Market Abuse Regime – Legislation in force in the Netherlands as of 3 July 2016

05.07.2016 NL law

On 3 July 2016, the provisions of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) and the new Market Abuse Directive will become applicable. The MAR applies directly in the European Economic Area. For an overview of the most important changes for issuers, please click here for our previous alert of May 2016.

 

After introductory remarks about the current status of the Dutch implementing legislation, this update provides an overview of the MAR implementing legislation endorsed by the European Commission and further guidance provided by regulators.

Please click here for the full update.

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