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IFR/IFD - De nya kapitaltäckningsreglerna för

  1. Kategorier av värdepappersföretag. Enligt IFR/IFD delas värdepappersföretagen in i tre olika kategorier baserat på deras aktiviteter, systemviktighet, storlek och sammanlänkning: Kategori 1 - innefattar värdepappersföretag som även fortsättningsvis regleras som kreditinstitut och ska tillämpa kapitaltäckningsreglerna i CRR/CRD. Kategori 2 -.
  2. In December 2019 the European Parliament approved the new prudential regime for investment firms in the Investment Firm Directive and Investment Firm Regulation (IFD/IFR) to be implemented in the EU by 26 June 2021. This represents a significant reform in the EU regulatory framework, and will have a material impact on most investment firms
  3. IFD/IFR in summary Class 1 Investment Firms Systemically important Investment Firms dealing on own account and/or who underwrite or place financial instruments on a firm commitment basis and who have average of monthly total assets, calculated over a period of twelve consecutive months exceeds €30bn; or (if belo
  4. The new IFR/IFD framework is built upon the principle of SURSRUWLRQDOLW\ DQG FODVVL 4HV LQYHVWPHQW 4UPV DORQJVLGH IRXU categories: • Class 1: QYHVWPHQW 4UPV that have over €30 billion in assets and perform services that carry bank-like exposures, such as underwriting or dealing on own account will be required to apply for a bankin
  5. The EBA is strongly committed to implementing the Investment Firms Regulation and Investment Firms Directive (IFR/IFD) where it plays a significant role; The EBA will ensure a proportionate implementation of this new framework to take account of the different classes of investments firms
  6. What are the changes on proportionality under IFD/IFR? The remuneration requirements under IFD/IFR are broadly similar to those under the AIFMD/UCITS. However, whilst the concept of proportionality is retained, its use is far more prescriptive and limited. This is because the IFD/IFR includes restrictive criteria for the types of firms which can disapply certain of the pay out process rules

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Regulation (EU) 2019/2033 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on the prudential requirements of investment firms and amending Regulations (EU) No 1093/2010, (EU) No 575/2013, (EU) No 600/2014 and (EU) No 806/2014 (Text with EEA relevance Directive (EU) 2019/2034 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on the prudential supervision of investment firms and amending Directives 2002/87/EC, 2009/65/EC, 2011/61/EU, 2013/36/EU, 2014/59/EU and 2014/65/EU (Text with EEA relevance Reglerna i IFR/IFD bygger huvudsakligen på samma resonemang och principer som CRR/CRD IV, även om vissa skillnader finns gällande exempelvis ersättningsreglerna. Nedan redogörs för en del av innehållet i IFR/IFD som bör vara av intresse för värdepappersbolag. Rörlig ersättning. Ersättningstaket tas bort för vissa värdepappersföretag Investment firms play an important role in facilitating pension savings and investment flows across the EU. The European Parliament has adopted the Investment Firm Directive(IFD) and the Investment Firm Regulation (IFR). IFD and IFR will both apply from July 2021 onwards

Deliverables List Contents: 1 Process Deliverables List 2 P&ID Stage Process Deliverables 2.1 IFR - Issued for Review (Pre-FEED Stage) 2 The new Investment Firms Directive (IFD) / Investment Firms Regulation (IFR) resp. Investment Firms Prudential Regulation (IFPR) regime creates, for the first time, a dedicated regulatory reporting framework for investment firms. Investment firms in the EU now have less than six months to prepare for implementation of the IFD/IFR

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The EU/European Parliament has recently adopted a new, comprehensive regulatory regime for investment firms: the Investment Firm Directive (IFD) and Investment Firm Regulation (IFR) are intended to replace the existing regulatory 'patchwork' for investment firms. While small and non-interconnected firms in particular will benefit from less regulation, the legislation for systemically. IFR & IFD. The European Parliament on 16 April 2019 has adopted a new, comprehensive regulatory regime for investment firms: the Investment Firm Directive ( IFD ) and Investment Firm Regulation ( IFR ) are intended to replace the existing applicable regulation for investment firms. While small and non-interconnected firms in particular will. The European Banking Authority (EBA) consultation paper EBA/CP/2020/07 sets out the particulars relating to reporting under the new Investment Firms Directive and Investment Firms Regulations (IFD/IFR). There are two sets of standards considered in this consultation paper, each of which are summarised below. Interested parties have until 4 September 2020 to submit their responses

The IFD/IFR: Getting to Grips with the New Remuneration Rules for Investment Firms. The Investment Firms Regulation and Investment Firms Directive will become applicable for firms from 26 June 2021. In this briefing, we examine the implications for firms regarding remuneration policies and disclosure obligations Scope IFD/IFR. IFD and IFR contain a new prudential regulatory framework for investment firms authorized and supervised under MiFID II. This new framework should address specific vulnerabilities and risks inherent to those investment firms in a more appropriate way than the current prudential framework under CRD IV/CRR The new Investment Firm Regulation and Directive (IFR/IFD) include a new and potentially onerous remuneration regime that will apply to many EU investment firms, including new rules for fixed and variable remuneration, new disclosure and reporting obligations and requirements for some firms to establish a remuneration committee The IFR / IFD prescribes certain remuneration requirements that will apply to investment firms. Article 51 IFR provides that firms must disclose certain aspects of their remuneration policy and practices, including aspects related to gender neutrality and the gender pay gap, for those categories of staff whose professional activities have a material impact on investment firm's risk profil The EU IFD and IFR came into force on 26 December 2019 and will enter into effect on 26 June 2021. As an EU Member State authority, the FCA strongly advocated introducing such a regime, and was heavily involved in policy discussions on creating the regime that took place through the EU and European Banking Authority (EBA) papers and consultations

The IFR/IFD Framework left a great number of issues to be dealt with by the level 2 implementation acts. In this context, this summer the European Banking Authority published a Consultation Paper relating to prudential requirements, reporting, and disclosure by investment firms and remuneration issues IFR/IFD need to fall within a specific class, based on their regulated activity but also within certain quantitative metrics in the form of K-Factors. Systemically important and larger risky investment firms (i.e. Class 1) will be treated either as credi Also, the IFR/IFD were both specified in the Financial Services (Implementation of Legislation) Bill 2017-19 before it failed ahead of the December 2019 General Election. The Bill was designed for a no-deal Brexit scenario and gave HM Treasury the power to make corresponding or similar provisions in UK law to EU financial services legislation that came into force within two years after the UK's exit from the EU The IFD/IFR will apply in the EU from 26 June 2021 and the IFPR is expected to apply in the UK from January 2022. Some of our previous blogs on IFR / IFD / IFPR can be found using the links below: May 2019: IFR/IFD: a new made-to-measure prudential regime for EU investment firms? June 2020: A new UK prudential regime for MiFID investment firm

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IFD/IFR apply to all investment firms depending upon their classification and aim to differentiate the prudential regime according to the size, nature and complexity of the firms. Systemic investment firms or those with a similar risk profile to credit institutions (class 1) will continue to follow the same regime as banks (i.e. subject to MiFID II/MiFIR and CRD IV/CRR) Within the framework of the transposition in national law of Directive (EU) 2019/2034 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on the prudential supervision of investment firms and amending Directives 2002/87/EC, 2009/65/EC, 2011/61/EU, 2013/36/EU, 2014/59/EU and 2014/65/EU (hereafter IFD) and the entry into application of Regulation (EU) 2019/2033 of the. The first of several deadlines set by the IFD/IFR is June 26, 2021. This deadline applies to all MiFID II firms and is when the regime goes live, meaning new obligations concerning own funds, capital requirements and liquidity. The U.K. will adopt the new IFPR from January 1, 2022, as announced on November 16, 2020 As IFR/IFD requires the largest and riskiest investment firms ('Class 1' and 'Class 1 minus' firms) to remain subject to the CRR2/CRDV prudential regime, K-factors do not form part of the. De IFR en IFD voorzien in een verplichting voor class 2 beleggingsondernemingen om een 'Internal Capital Adequacy Process' (ICAAP) te doorlopen en het daaropvolgende Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP) door DNB. Het SREP is een belangrijk onderdeel van het toezichtinstrumentarium

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  1. The IFR/IFD contain mandates for regulatory/implementing technical standards and guidelines. The FCA states that in due course it might refer to the content of such measures in its rules depending on the Government's approach to the UK regime. The deadline for comments on DP20/2 is 25 September 2020
  2. The FCA has now published an important Discussion Paper (DP20/2) setting out the technical details and their interpretation of the IFD/IFR prudential regime.
  3. Date: 12th May 2021. Time: 08:50am - 09:30am GMT. Set to take effect in Europe on 26 June 2021 and in the UK on 1 January 2022, the Investment Firm Regulation (IFR) and the Investment Firm Directive (IFD) will make significant changes to the framework governing investment firms authorised under the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
  4. Quoted - IFR and IFD: the new prudential regime for investment firms. On 26 June 2021 a new prudential regime for investment firms will enter into force. This new regime will also have consequences for managers of investment funds with a MiFID top-up, who are authorized to provide investment services
  5. The IFD & IFR have given a significant number of mandates to the European Banking Authority (EBA) and on 4 June 2020 the EBA published its roadmap on the implementation of the new framework as well as first consultation papers, available until 4 September 2020.The public hearings will be held on 30 June 2020

The IFR/IFD XBRL Taxonomy which is used by software systems to convert and validate the data using commercial XBRL software. Local National Competent Authorities will determine how best to collect the required data; however, it is expected that most if not all will collect using the XBRL format, as they already use XBRL collection systems for credit institutions According to Article 55 IFD, if the parent company of an investment firm is located in a third country, the EU Member State in which the firm is domiciled is obliged to verify whether the investment firm is subject to supervision by the authorities of the third country comparable to that of the IFD/IFR on a group level

This note provides an overview of the Investment Firms Regulation ((EU) 2019/2033) (IFR) and the Investment Firms Directive ((EU) 2019/2034) (IFD), which establish a new framework for prudential requirements for investment firms The proportionality regime built-in within IFR/IFD will ensure that those new regulatory requirements are applied differently depending on the category into which IFR is classifying these investment firms . Being officially in 2021, the deadline for investment firms to prepare for the new IFD/IFR framework is only a few months away

4 June 2020. On 2 June 2020, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a roadmap relating to the EBA's mandates under the EU Investment Firms Directive (IFD) and Investment Firms Regulation (IFR). The roadmap includes detail on the EBA's policy, strategy and expected timeline for deliverables under the EBA's remuneration-related mandates The IFD and IFR will be applicable 18 months after their entry into force (i.e. 26 June 2021). In the IFR/IFD, a significant number of mandates have been given to the European Banking Authority (EBA), often in consultation with the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), which has direct implications for the implementation of the framework The IFR/IFD includes remuneration requirements 22 largely based on the framework set out in CRR/CRD IV. Key features include a requirement for variable remuneration to include at least 50 per cent as non-cash, that variable remuneration must be deferred over a three- to five-year period, and that all variable remuneration components must be subject to malus and clawback This arises under IFD/IFR which requires certain systemically important investment firms to re-authorise as credit institutions where they deal on own account and/or underwrite or place financial. Full application of IFR/IFD (full IFD/IFR firms) Any firm that does not satisfy the criteria in either of the next two sub-sections (i.e. it is not a large firm subject to CRD IV/CRR nor a small and non-interconnected investment firm) will be subject to the full application of the IFR/IFD

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IFD/IFR will apply to all investment firms authorized in the EU under MiFID II. With IFD/IFR a new classification system for investment firms is introduced. This classification system contains many nuances (which will not be discussed here), but one can roughly distinct between the following three classes of investment firms Die neue Verordnung (Investment Firm Regulation - IFR) bzw. (Investment Firms Prudential Regime - IFPR) und die neue Richtlinie (Investment Firm Directive - IFD) schaffen erstmals einen dedizierten Berichtsrahmen für Wertpapierfirmen hinsichtlich ihrer aufsichtsrechtlichen Meldepflichten. Wertpapierfirmen in der EU haben nun weniger als sechs Monate Zeit, um sich auf die Implementierung. The new IFR/IFD framework will introduce a new classification of investment firms based on their activities, size, and interconnectedness with other financial and economic actors, and such classification resulting in differentiated requirements applying to investment firms authorised and supervised under the Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on. The Legislative Framework (IFR and IFD) has been adopted in October 2019 and published in the official Journal of the EU on the 5th December 2019. The Directive needs to be adopted by individual member states, but most of the provisions of the Regulation (IFR)m which is directly applicable, apply as of June 2021

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The elaboration of these draft RTS was necessary with the entry into force of the IFR and IFD, which provide that investment firms will be subject to a new prudential regime, different from the CRR applicable today, in order to ensure smooth introduction of the IFR/IFD which will be applicable on 26 June 2021.. The EBA will deliver a broad range of mandates related to the new prudential. Les dispositions IFD/IFR entreront en vigueur en juin 2021. Les facteurs ESG, mentionnés dans la partie reporting (cf. supra), constituent une des priorités fixées par les régulateurs européens pour les prochaines années et seront détaillés prochainement

IFD/IFR: BVI Position on the drafted compromise amendments of the ECON rapporteur Draft Compromise amendments - IFD IFD Article Compromise amendments (ECON) BVI proposal Explanation Definitions 3(1)(17) ./. (17) 'investment firm' means investment firm as defined in Article 4(1)(1) of Directive 2014/65/EU which is authorised unde (IFD/IFR), and welcome the Chancellor's statement in the budget that the Government intends to legislate for a UK regime. We propose to introduce a UK regime that will achieve similar intended outcomes as the IFD/IFR whilst taking into consideration the specifics of the UK market. This discussion paper in intended to help that analysis The IFR/IFD requirements vary by firm activities and asset size, but will replace the current Capital Requirements Regulation and Directive (CRR/CRD) for most investment firms. In addition, the ICARA - Internal Capital Adequacy and Risk Assessment will replace the existing Internal Capital Adequacy and Assessment Process (ICAAP) IFR/IFD - Investment Firm Regulation/ Investment Firm Directive Neuer Aufsichtsrahmen für Wertpapierfirmen Die neue Verordnung (EU) 2019/2033 (Investment Firm Regulation - IFR) und die neue Richtlinie (EU) 2019/2034 (Investment Firm Di-rective - IFD) gestalten den Rahmen zu aufsichtsrechtlichen Anfor-derungen für Wertpapierfirmen neu

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If you used synthetic vision on a PFD or on a tablet, your eyeballs will be at home on the IFD. Garmin and Avidyne IFR GPS Navigators. Click for full table. Worth mentioning is that in addition to attitude data, the IFD550 displays lateral and vertical approach guidance directly on its screen IFR/IFD will apply 18 months after entry into force, although firms should note that the texts contain additional detail on timelines, for example, on a transitional period for class 2 and 3 firms to adjust to the new prudential regime

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The Investment Firms Directive EU/2019/2034 1 (IFD) and the Investment Firms Regulation EU/2019/2033 2 (IFR) (collectively the IFD/IFR regime) introduce a new dedicated prudential framework for investment firms. New classes of firm are being introduced and, as a result, most investment firms will fall outside the scope of the prudential regime that applies to banks (the CRD IV / CRR. This website uses cookies. Analytical cookies help us improve our website by providing insight on how visitors interact with our site, and necessary cookies which the website needs to function properly La nueva regulación recogida dentro del marco normativo europeo IFD/IFR, que refuerza las obligaciones prudenciales de las empresas de inversión y eleva los requisitos de capital mínimo y recursos propios de las entidades -entre otras cuestiones-, supondrá un importante reto para las empresas de servicios de inversión y, entre ellas, para las empresas de asesoramiento financiero en. The IFR and IFD were finalised in December 2019. We commented on the IFR and IFD ahead of its finalisation in the quarterly Private Funds Regulatory update.. With a year to go before the expected implementation date for the new investment firms prudential regime on 1 January 2022, the DP is a timely reminder for investment managers to begin focusing on the new regime and its impact on their.

Update 10.2.3.1, start training today! Use the Avidyne IFD Trainer App on your iPad to discover how easy it is to fly with Avidyne avionics. Enter a new origin in the powerful yet simple to use FMS and fly around that location following easy to add flight plan procedures Feedback Dutch Association of Proprietary Traders (APT) 7 March 2018 APT welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals of the European Commission on the Review of the prudential framework for investment firms of 20 December 2017 (COM (2017) 790 (Investment Firm regulation (IFR) and COM (2017) 791 Investment Firm Directive (IFD)) (IF-Framework) The changes are being introduced by the Investment Firms Directive (IFD) and the Investment Firms Regulation (IFR). Our earlier briefing ( Investment Firms: New prudential rules will apply from 26 June 2021 ) summarised the new classification regime for MiFID investment firms, and outlined the key requirements of IFD/IFR regarding capital, remuneration, disclosures and reporting Consultation on Competent Authority Discretions in IFD and IFR Central Bank of Ireland Page 5 Key Aims of IFD and IFR 9. The revised legislation for investment firms (IFD/IFR) will ensure more proportionate rules and better supervision for all investment firms across capital, liquidity and other risk management requirements Det nya kapitaltäckningsregelverket för värdepappersbolag − som består av värdepappersbolagsdirektivet (IFD) (IFR) − kommer att börja tillämpas den 26 juni 2021. I och med detta införs nya krav på värdepappersbolagens periodiska rapportering

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  1. The Investment Firm Regulation (IFR) and Investment Firm Directive (IFD) establish a new prudential regime for investment firms. They are both due to apply from 26 June 2021 across Europe and for the most part in the UK
  2. The Investment Firms Regulation EU 2019/2033 (IFR) and Investment Firms Directive EU 2019/2034 (IFD) establishes a tailored prudential framework for investment firms. The new prudential regime applies to investment firms that not systemic by virtue of their size and interconnectedness within the wider financial system, i.e. primarily Class 2 type firms (see the classification criteria in our.

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For further details on the IFD/IFR regimes, see our briefing papers: Impact of IFD/IFR on Remuneration Provisions for Investment Firms (29 January 2020) EU Investment Firms Directive and Regulation: Overview of New Prudential Regime for 2021 (30 January 2020) Q&A for Asset Managers (30 January 2020 Regulatory News | New Capital Requirements Framework for Investment Firms: IFR & IFD: K-factor Calculations. What are K-Factors? The new IFR/IFD prudential framework will see tailored capital requirements be implemented, including some based on new K-factcors

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The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (the CySEC) issued Circular C426 on the 2 nd of February 2021 with updates regarding the Investment Firms Regulation (EU) 2019/2033 ('IFR') and Investment Firms Directive (EU) 2019/2034 ('IFD'), which will enter into force on 26 th June 2021.. All Cyprus Investment Firms ('CIFs') will be subject to this new prudential regime. IFR/IFD treats the same instruments as eligible capital as those that are eligible under CRR. The proportions of CET1, AT1 and T2 capital are also similar to those in CRR. Firms that are currently subject to less stringent rules on own funds will need to review their capital instruments The new Investment Firms Regulation (EU) No 2019/2033 (IFR) and Directive (EU) 2019/2034 (IFD) introduced changes to MiFIR and MiFID II regimes for the provision of investment services and activities in the EU by third-country firms the IFD/IFR, however, in a statement published in June 2020, the UK indicated it is seeking to tailor the implementation of EU regulations implementation post-transition period. The FCA has begun consultation on the UK-specific prudential regime, to be known as the Investment Firm Prudential Regime (IFPR)

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IFR/IFD will most likely also lead to increased capital and liquidity needs for investment firms. The time to prepare for the regulatory reporting impact of IFR/IFD is now. The key features of the new regulation: Classification. IFR/IFD sheds a light on some fundamental parts of an Investment firm's business The IFR/IFD is potentially more sophisticated in how firms can, once they factor in which Class they belong to, calculate their prudential requirements. This will likely also mean that firms will want to, regardless of the end-state of the IFR/IFD will already want to

Please join us for a webinar during which we will discuss the new IFR/IFD requirements for capital and risk, explore what challenge they will create and how Bloomberg can help The IFR/IFD entered into force in December 2019 and will be applicable for all firms from 26 June 2021. We appreciate that both COVID-19 and Brexit were impactful for firms throughout 2020. However, at this point we expect that firms' preparation for the IFR/IFD has been discussed at board level and that firms have stood up their implementation projects IFR/IFD introduces prudential requirements for investment firms, tailored to their activities and asset size. IFR/IFD also revises the MiFID II/MiFIR third-country regime for investment services. This blog provides a short summary of the changes contained in IFR/IFD. Please see here for our detailed briefing on IFR/IFD. New prudential regim The remuneration rules under the IFD/IFR include, in summary: processes for the identification of staff members who have a material impact on the risk profile of the investment firm... the need for investment firms to set a maximum ratio between fixed and variable pay and justify to their regulator.

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The IFD, investment firm directive and IFR, investment firm regulation, introduce a new prudential regime applicable to investment firms. The existing prudential regime under Regulation (EU) No. 575/2013 (CRR) and Directive 2013/36/EU (CRD IV) largely focuses on the prudential supervision of credit institutions and only partially addresses investment firms On 21 April 2021, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) issued Circular C442 in order to update all Cypriot Investments Firms (CIFs) about the upcoming prudential regulatory framework (IFR/IFD) and inform them about the data collection exercise which is launched, aiming to determine the class that each CIF will be categorized from 26 June 2021 onwards Document Distribution Matrix is a systematic organised matrix for the document and drawings to be distributed to related persons or organisations for their information, review and approval, record, and use for further actions. The Document Distribution Matrix includes lists of key project positions or organisations on one side and types of documents on the other However, just as it may be surprising that kryptonite makes Superman weak, the IFD / IFR regime unexpectedly makes things more complicated. Heroic Intentions, But Unintended Consequences With the June 26, 2021 deadline looming, investment management firms operating in Europe must implement the IFR regime based on their designated category

The scope of this seminar is to provide an overview of the regulatory requirements under the new prudential framework (IFR/IFD), explain the significant changes in the calculation of the capital requirements and other regulatory obligations and summarise the impact on Cypriot Investment Firms' risk profile by the new regulatory changes IFR/IFD firms (in keeping with the CRR2/CRD V framework) must have and maintain CET 1 of at least 56% of its regulatory capital base, and AT1 cannot exceed 44% whereas T2 may not exceed 25% In order to use all the features of the IFD website, we recommend that you accept cookies. We use this information primarily to better understand the way visitors use our site - which pages they visit, which links they use, how long they stay on each page IFR/IFD: Investment Firms Classification Table. 27th January 2020. The Investment Firm Regulation (IFR) and the Investment Firm Directive (IFD) has now been approved and will be implemented from 26 June 2021, (see IFR/IFD: Implementation Finalised for Investment Firms).. The new classification system for investment firms will be based upon their activities, systemic importance, size and. IFD/IFR overhauls the prudential regime for investment firms, with the intention of moving away from the Basel capital standards and towards a regime specifically engineered for the business models of investment firms. It was finalised at the end of last year and published in the Official Journal on 5 December 2019

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While the majority of the provisions of the IFD will be transposed on a fully harmonised basis and the IFR applies directly without requiring transposition, there are a number of provisions in the Directive to which full harmonisation does not apply and Member States are given discretion as to the application of these provisions Title: Quoted - IFR and IFD the new prudential regime for investment firms, Author: Loyens & Loeff, Name: Quoted - IFR and IFD the new prudential regime for investment firms, Length: 14 pages.

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