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Home > Prudential Regulation Authority > Third country equivalence aspects of the credit risk provisions in the CRR, and recognised exchanges - SS20/13 UPDATE
 

Third country equivalence aspects of the credit risk provisions in the CRR, and recognised exchanges - SS20/13 UPDATE

28 April 2017

​Update 28 April 2017: This supervisory statement was updated following publication of PS9/17 ‘Implementation of MiFID II: Part 2’, to update references in paragraph 2.26 from Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) to MiFID II. The updates referring to MiFID II take effect from Wednesday 3 January 2018. See annex for details.

This supervisory statement sets out the approach to be taken under the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) in relation to recognised exchanges.

Recognised exchanges

The CRR requires the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) to produce draft technical standards by 31 December 2014 specifying recognised exchanges for the purposes of the CRR. Until such time as the ESMA implementing technical standards specifying the list of recognised exchanges are adopted by the European Commission, this supervisory statement sets out the recognised exchanges that the PRA considers to qualify under the CRR.

Supervisory Statement

Third country equivalence aspects of the credit risk provisions in the CRR, and recognised exchanges – SS20/13

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