Felleseuropeisk kontaktpunkt for finansielle og ikke-finansielle bedriftsopplysninger (ESAP): endringer til tilknyttede forordninger


Forslag til europaparlaments- og rådsforordning om endring av visse forordninger med hensyn til opprettelsen og driften av et felles europeisk kontaktpunkt

Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending certain Regulations as regards the establishment and functioning of the European single access point

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Forslag til europaparlaments- og rådsforordning lagt fram av Kommisjonen 25.11.2021

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Reasons for and objectives of the proposal

The establishment of a European Single Access Point (ESAP) by 2024 is a flagship action of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) Action Plan adopted by the European Commission in September 2020 1 . ESAP will contribute to the achievement of the CMU’s objectives by providing EU-wide access to information published by entities that is relevant to capital markets, financial services and sustainable finance, i.e. mainly information about their economic activities and products. ESAP will provide access to this information in an efficient and non-discriminatory manner.

Information about entities’ activities and products is essential for decision-making by providers of capital. ESAP will contribute to further integrating the financial services and capital markets in the single market, to allocating capital more efficiently across the EU and promoting the development of smaller national capital markets and economies by giving them greater visibility. ESAP will also allow non-listed entities including Small and Medium-Sized enterprises (SMEs) to make available information on a voluntary basis. This will facilitate their access to capital.

This proposal is part of a package comprised of:

• a proposal for a Regulation establishing a European Single Access Point;

• a proposal for a Directive amending certain Directives (this proposal); and

• a proposal for a Regulation amending certain Regulations.

Amendments to certain Directives are necessary to achieve the above objectives to contribute to the integration of the single market, particularly as regards the collection of information to be made available to ESAP.



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