ESMA has published a follow-up peer review into the compliance of NCAs with the guidelines on a common definition of EU money market funds, introduced in 2010. The follow-up peer review report provides an update on the findings from the first review, published in April 2013. ESMA assessed the position of eight NCAs that were not fully compliant with the guidelines at the time of the first review (that is, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta and Portugal) as at 31 May 2015. The guidelines are now, or are about to be, fully applied in seven of the eight jurisdictions, with the exception of Hungary. As well as setting out the findings from the review, the follow-up peer review report lists good supervisory practices that ESMA has identified.