On November 30, 2015, ESMA published a final report setting out Guidelines for complex debt instruments and structured deposits under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II. MiFID II allows investment firms, under certain circumstances only, to provide clients with investment services that consist of execution, reception and transmission of orders only (known as execution-only orders), without the investment firm having to obtain any relevant client information to assess whether the service or product provided is appropriate for a particular client. Such products must be non-complex and ESMA has developed Guidelines to identify the complex products for which execution-only services may not be provided. The Guidelines appear in Annex V of the report and set out a non-exhaustive list of examples of such products. The final report also includes feedback received by ESMA on its earlier consultation launched in March 2015. The Guidelines will be translated into all official languages of the EU and national regulators will have two months from the date of publication of the translated versions to notify ESMA whether or not they comply with the Guidelines. The Guidelines will apply from January 3, 2017.