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ESMA publishes Final Reports on CCP recovery regime

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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, today published its Final Reports on the central counterparties (CCPs) recovery regime, as mandated under the CCP Recovery and Resolution Regulation (CCPRRR).
The seven Final Reports cover proposals for Regulatory Technical Standards (RTSs) on the methodology for calculation and maintenance of the additional amount of pre-funded dedicated own resources, on the factors to be taken into account by the competent authority and the supervisory college when assessing the recovery plan and on the recompense mechanism for non-defaulting clearing members. It also covers Guidelines on the consistent application of the triggers for the use of Early Intervention Measures, on the CCP’s recovery plan indicators and scenarios and on the restrictions of dividends in case of a significant non-default event.

ESMA’s RTSs and Guidelines provide further specifications of the CCPRRR, such as, for example, the Guidelines covering scenarios and indicators provide the building blocks aimed to guide the CCPs in establishing the relevant suitable scenarios and indicators. The overarching goal of this package is to further assist the preparedness of the market and to ensure CCPs can restore their financial soundness, without any extraordinary public financial support, and allow them to continue to provide critical functions following a significant deterioration of their financial situation or in a situation of financial distress. 

The completion of these RTSs and Guidelines is ESMA’s latest output in a series of publications covering the mandates under CCPRRR. ESMA has also recently finalised its consultation on the first set of mandates in relation to the resolution regime. The consultation papers in relation to the resolution related mandates can be found here

Next steps

ESMA has submitted the Final Reports concerning the RTSs to the European Commission which now has three months to decide whether to endorse the proposed standards under a Delegated Regulation.

ESMA has submitted the Guidelines for translation and once translated into all official languages of the EU, ESMA will focus on the consistent application of the Guidelines by national competent authorities and CCPs where applicable.

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