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Consultation on the proposed Changes to Part A and Part BI of the Investment Services Rules for Investment Services Providers

closed CONSULTATION  

 
From: Ministry for Finance
​(MFSA)
​Published on: ​24 March 2017
Running till: ​17 April 2017
​Last Updated: ​18 April 2017
1.        Background
 
Member States of the European Union have until 3 July 2017 to bring their laws and regulation in line with the requirements of the Market in Financial Instruments Directive, which will apply from 3 January 2018 (
“MiFID” or “The Directive”). It introduces new processes for
authorising investment firms and expands on the scope of regulated services and activities.
 
This consultation does not make any qualified amendments or rules and it is a guidance, which
is purely a help for firms to decide what MiFID-related notifications and applications they
should make. Please note that it is not an exhaustive document and it is the
firms’ responsibility to take the necessary action to ensure that their authorisation is appropriate and in accordance with MiFID II for the business that they plan or currently carry out.
 
The purpose of this consultation is to assess the industry feedback on the proposed changes
before the rules are finalised and published. The consultation consists of two main parts:
 
1) Consultation on changes being proposed to Part A of the Investment Services Rules for
Investment Services Providers ('ISRISPs' or 'the Rules'); and
 
2) Consultation on changes being proposed to Part BI of the Investment Services Rules
for Investment Services Providers
 
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2.        Documents
 
3.        Submission of input
 
Comments and replies with respect to the above and/or the attached drafts were sent by email on
ISRConsultation@mfsa.com.mt by not later than 17 April 2017.
                       
We thank you for your input. 
 
 
 
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In addition, please be aware of:
 
·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
As we are a public authority all documents we hold, including documents related to this public consultation process, may be released following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act (Chap. 496), unless such request may be subject of an exemption arising from the same Act.

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