Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 1 June 2023

Includes developments in relation to: DORA; greenwashing monitoring and supervision; Financial Services and Markets Bill; CVA risk; Single Payments Area; APRC calculations; BMR; LIBOR transition; and MLD4.

Click on the headings below to access each section:


  • DORA - European Supervisory Authorities publish joint Discussion Paper
  • Greenwashing monitoring and supervision - European Supervisory Authorities publish progress reports
  • Nature loss and climate change - Science Based Targets Network publishes statement
  • Climate transition plans - Network for Greening the Financial System publishes report

Beyond Brexit

  • Financial Services and Markets Bill - HM Treasury publishes Policy Paper on technical amendments to overseas CCPs

Banking and Finance

  • CVA risk - EBA publishes Peer Review report
  • CRD V - EBA publishes Consultation Paper on draft RTS and ITS on functioning of supervisory colleges
  • CRR - Joint Committee of ESAs publishes Consultation Paper on amending ITS on mapping credit assessments of ECAIs
  • Single Payments Area - EPC publishes version 3.1 of the Single Euro Payment Area Request-To-Pay scheme rulebook
  • FSMB - Changes to credit union legislation - FCA publishes new webpage
  • APRC calculations - FCA publishes statement

Securities and Markets

  • BMR - ESMA publishes Final Report on review of RTS on information to be provided in application for authorisation and registration
  • Fifth EU-wide CCP stress test - ESMA publishes report on framework
  • LIBOR transition - FCA publishes notice and Feedback Statement (FS23/2)

Financial Crime

  • AML/CTF - JMLSG publishes proposed revisions to guidance
  • MLD4 - EBA publishes Consultation Paper
  • Insider Dealing (Securities and Regulated Markets) Order 2023 - Statutory instrument and explanatory memorandum published


This material is provided for general information only. It does not constitute legal or other professional advice.

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Selmin Hakki
PSL Counsel at Slaughter and May
Sarah Redlich
Practice Development Lawyer at Slaughter and May