The FCA has published a new webpage relating to supervisory priorities arising from the suspicious transaction and order reports (STOR) regime under Article 16 of MAR. The FCA explains that the STOR regime contains a number of key differences compared to the existing suspicious transactions reports (STR) regime under MAD. From 3 July 2016, certain regulated firms and other persons will be required to detect and report any suspicious behaviour or activity that is in the scope of MAR. This includes instruments traded on a wider range of trading venues compared to MAD, and includes suspicious orders, as well as suspicious transactions. Attempted manipulation and attempted insider dealing are also now in scope. The webpage also contains links to the FCA's Connect system, through which notifications are to be made.