09/08/2016

​With the objective of achieving supervisory convergence across Member States, increased cooperation and exchange of information among EU and local regulators will constitute the new rules of the game, in parallel to the enhanced sanctions regime foreseen by all new regulation (UCITS V, MiFID II or MAR, PRIIPS or SFTR). 

The investment industry must thus expect greater monitoring of its activities (including on-site inspections) as well as a greater probability of sanctions being imposed (with the aim to hurt and deter).

Discover here the modular legal and consultancy services we may offer to support your organisation along the prevention, enforcement and litigation paths so as to be prepared as best as possible for this new European supervisory paradigm.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need any further information.

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