The European Parliament has confirmed the open access regime will be delayed for a year due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
ESMA and the FCA have urged trading venues and CCPs to prioritise continuity of their services as the open access regime comes into force in early July.
Austria, Belgium, France, Greece, Italy and Spain have decided not to renew bans on short selling after restrictions were put in place in March.
The endorsement comes two months after the ESMA stated it would postpone enforcing the CSDR settlement discipline regime following an industry-wide lobby.
Initial responses to the MiFID II review consultation reveal that asset managers are keen for a consolidated tape before any major changes to the rules are implemented.
Watchdog rejects appeal for an overhaul of key pillars of CSDR from over a dozen concerned trade bodies, including the Investment Association.
Restrictions in short selling in Austria, Belgium, France, Greece and Spain have been extended despite warnings of unintended consequences.
New working group will look to solve complications for pension funds in providing cash collateral as variation margin.
As traders navigate market volatility, study from Liquidnet finds that continuous lit volumes have jumped in March as percentage traded in auctions declines.
ESMA tells national authorities not to prioritise supervisory action for RTS 27 and RTS 28 reporting under MiFID II amid ongoing coronavirus pandemic.