In July 2021, the Central Bank published a series of findings and expectations from its industry-wide review of compliance with the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). It was a clear statement from the regulator to regulated firms, issuers and their advisers that market abuse risks have to be taken seriously and that the CBI “will continue to hold market participants to account to meet their obligations”.1

Eversheds Sutherland and Kroll will host two panel discussions to explore the practical implications of the Central Bank’s statements. Our first session at 2pm on Thursday, 18 November will focus on assessing market manipulation risks and creating a robust surveillance and monitoring framework.  Steven Clark, manager in the Central Bank’s Wholesale Market Conduct department, will be presenting at the event and will provide insights into the Central Bank’s expectations.

November 18th at 2pm – Register here