2. Q100 is interested in how an issuer, supplier or person requesting admission to trading should react when a participant in a live presentation (e.B.B, a roadshow/interview) requests information on other performance indicators not included in the prospectus. The information contained herein does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such. On 14 September 2016, the European Parliament formally rejected the Commission`s Delegated Regulation on the submission, content, revision/review and provisions of the Commission on 30 June 2016, raising serious doubts as to the date of application of the PRIIP KID Regulation, which is to apply from 31 December 2016. On 14th September 2016 the European Commission published a Communication on accelerating its reforms of the Capital Markets Union. In particular, the Commission intends to do everything in its power to reach an agreement with the European Parliament and the Council on the proposal for a Prospectus Regulation (which replaces the Prospectus Directive) by the end of 2016. The information provided should not constitute a comprehensive review of all legal and practical developments, nor should it cover all aspects of these issues. Readers should receive legal advice before applying for specific topics or transactions. On 28 July 2016, Commission Delegated Regulation (2016/1075) laying down regulatory technical standards (RTS) entered into force to determine (i) the content of the contractual rescue plan and (ii) the types of debts to be discharged from the obligation. On the 28th. In July 2016, ICMA announced certain changes to its Standard Form Contract in Managers` Version 1 that apply to all matters that use the Version 1 Management Agreement, with confirmation sent to managers on September 1, 2016.

The main objective of the amendments is to extend the scope of the agreement to certain issues that are dealt with on several bases and on a common and multiple basis. Other changes are underway: The Book of Jargon® is available on the App Store and Google Play. The securitization department is headed by the Securitization Board, whose members include high-level front-office bankers (originators and underwriters), issuers, investors, law firms and other persons responsible for the securitization activities of member firms. The day-to-day work is implemented through thematic working groups focusing, for example, on the recent revision of the Securitisation Regulation (both in the EU and in the UK), the transfer of significant risks, the treatment of private securitisations and the development of green securitisation (among others). For more information, please visit the AFME website, www.afme.eu or follow us on Twitter: @AFME_EU. This is a London-based role with some flexibility for applicants outside the UK. AFME is a European member of the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA), a global alliance with the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) in the United States and the Asia Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) in Asia. The Book of Jargon® – European Capital Markets and Bank Finance is part of a series of practical and sector glossaries published by Latham & Watkins. Reports to: Managing Director, SecuritisationDivision: Securitisation Division Definitions provide an introduction to all concepts and can raise complex issues that require specific legal advice.

Conditions may also change as existing laws and standard practices change. In general, this glossary has been drafted from the point of view of European practice. The RPA Policy Statement and Monitoring Statement are available on PS17/16 and SS7/16. The book Jargon® – European Capital Markets and Bank Finance is one of Latham and Watkins` industry practice areas and glossaries. In response, the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) (1. August 2016), a revised set of model clauses, and the Loan Market Association (LMA) updated on 4 August 2016 the versions of the AML-recommended guide for bail-in and clause users and the EU legislative plan on bail-in. The London office of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) is looking for an experienced candidate to work with the new Managing Director, who heads AFME`s securitisation division. This permanent appointment from Q1 2022 provides an opportunity to work closely with our key EU and UK members to further shape policy and rebuild securitisation markets during the post-pandemic recovery and transition to a more sustainable economy, building on AFME`s significant achievements to date in this area. .