ESMA has published a report on the use of administrative and criminal sanctions by Member States under the Market Abuse Directive (MAD). It concluded that, while most authorities have made use of their powers, there are significant differences in the availability of the powers, regulators' ability to use them and the allocation of resources. (Source: ESMA Reports on MAD Sanctions Differences)
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ESMA reports on MAD sanctions differences
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