Pursuant to the law of 11 January 2008 on transparency requirements for issuers of securities, the CSSF ensures that the financial information published by those issuers, in particular their consolidated and non-consolidated financial statements, is drawn up in accordance with the relevant applicable accounting standards. The press release provides (I.) European common enforcement priorities, such as (i) the impact of the financial market conditions and the financial statements, (ii) the statement of cash flows and related disclosures and (iii) the fair value measurement and related disclosures and (II.) certain other points of attention identified by the CSSF and included in its 2016 enforcement campaign, such as (i) IFRS standards on consolidation, (ii) deferred tax assets according to IAS 12 “Income tax” and (iii) the quality of disclosures in financial statements.