CESR has published a report looking at how Member States have used their supervisory powers to monitor MiFID compliance and what administrative and criminal sanctions they use. The report maps supervisory activities to get a comparison of the differing actions between states. CESR can use the report to assess the areas in which it would like to see more supervisory convergence. For example, it is more concerned that regulators have similar processes for licensing of investment firms than about any lack of convergence on approval of platforms or markets.