Swiss eu stock market equivalence

25 Jul 2019 Since January 2018, the EU Markets in Financial Instruments the loss of equivalence has left Swiss equities and the Swiss stock exchange  24 Sep 2019 Switzerland's loss of access rights to EU stock markets has concentrated The loss of regulatory “equivalence” for Swiss stocks reduced 

The Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) advocates for open capital markets and calls on the EU to recognise stock market equivalence indefinitely. The SBA welcomes that the Federal Council continues to resolutely advocate for the recognition of stock market equivalence by the EU. We will analyse the contingency measure recommended by the Federal Council. On 27 June 2019, the Federal Department of Finance (FDF) confirmed (press release) that the Federal Council Ordinance of 30 November 2018 on safeguarding the interests and strengthening the functioning of the Swiss capital market will be activated as of 1 July, as it is no longer expected that the EU Commission will extend the Swiss exchange equivalence in good time. Row brewing EU to limit Swiss stock exchange market access. Switzerland and the European Union look set for another row as the EU confirmed it would slap a one year limit on Swiss stock exchange access to its markets. In 2018, Switzerland and the EU struck a deal to extend Swiss stock market equivalence until 30 June 2019, a date fast approaching. Stock market equivalence makes a trade on the Swiss stock exchange equivalent to a trade on an exchange in an EU country. This allows trades to be pooled across countries, something that supports global trade and improves international market liquidity, a win-win In the matter of equivalence, Switzerland should be handled with priority by the EU and assessed individually. Recognition of equivalence in the area of financial market regulation. Swiss legislation strives for EU equivalence – where it appears possible, necessary for the business conducted by the banks and where commensurate. Granting stock market equivalence is the EU's major leverage in trying to get the Swiss to finally sign off on an agreement governing ties, but Switzerland's foreign minister has said repeatedly The Swiss government has banned the trading of Swiss shares by EU-based banks and fund managers in retaliation to the EU’s withdrawal of its equivalence permit, which allowed Swiss traders to

Stock market equivalence makes a trade on the Swiss stock exchange equivalent to a trade on an exchange in an EU country. This allows trades to be pooled across countries, something that supports global trade and improves international market liquidity,

25 Jul 2019 Since January 2018, the EU Markets in Financial Instruments the loss of equivalence has left Swiss equities and the Swiss stock exchange  24 Sep 2019 Switzerland's loss of access rights to EU stock markets has concentrated The loss of regulatory “equivalence” for Swiss stocks reduced  10 Jul 2019 Switzerland looks likely to have outmaneuvered the European Union, after the latter ended its recognized stock exchange equivalence with the  9 Sep 2019 EU-Swiss trading dispute has Brexit implications, says Swiss stock the recognized equivalence status of the Swiss stock exchange to lapse. 7 Aug 2019 To avoid EU investors no longer being able to trade Swiss stocks on Swiss exchanges, Switzerland swiftly implemented their retaliation that same  1 Jul 2019 Switzerland's Stock-Trading Standoff With the EU Provides a only granted Swiss stock exchanges a rolling, temporary “equivalence” status to  25 Sep 2019 This means EU investment firms can trade shares on Swiss trading venues only if the European Commission recognises the equivalence of the 

Stock market equivalence makes a trade on the Swiss stock exchange equivalent to a trade on an exchange in an EU country. This allows trades to be pooled across countries, something that supports global trade and improves international market liquidity,

1 Jul 2019 Due to this measure, the relevant EU trading venues have announced to delist certain equities securities of companies with a Swiss registered  2 Jul 2019 EUROPEAN UNION finance chiefs have “shot themselves in the foot” in their Switzerland stock market row with the tables turned on the bloc  1 Jul 2019 By cancelling Zurich's status as an approved stock market, the Swiss bourse SIX will enjoy higher volumes. The European Commission stripped Switzerland's stock markets of EU regulatory equivalence as of July 1,  30 Jun 2019 (the Ordinance) on trading of shares in Swiss issuers in the EU and Switzerland in such event. Background. The EU Commission is expected to 

9 Sep 2019 EU-Swiss trading dispute has Brexit implications, says Swiss stock the recognized equivalence status of the Swiss stock exchange to lapse.

1 Jul 2019 The equivalence permit lets Swiss and EU investors freely trade across each others' borders and Zurich is the fourth-largest for trading shares  on the equivalence of the legal and supervisory framework applicable to stock exchanges in Switzerland in accordance with Directive 2014/65/EU of the  This action resulted in EU and Switzerland investors losing direct access to each other's stock exchanges, although they are still able to trade Swiss shares  1 Jul 2019 Due to this measure, the relevant EU trading venues have announced to delist certain equities securities of companies with a Swiss registered  2 Jul 2019 EUROPEAN UNION finance chiefs have “shot themselves in the foot” in their Switzerland stock market row with the tables turned on the bloc  1 Jul 2019 By cancelling Zurich's status as an approved stock market, the Swiss bourse SIX will enjoy higher volumes. The European Commission stripped Switzerland's stock markets of EU regulatory equivalence as of July 1,  30 Jun 2019 (the Ordinance) on trading of shares in Swiss issuers in the EU and Switzerland in such event. Background. The EU Commission is expected to 

Granting stock market equivalence is the EU’s major leverage in trying to get the Swiss to finally sign off on an agreement governing ties, but Switzerland’s foreign minister has said repeatedly

30 Jun 2019 (the Ordinance) on trading of shares in Swiss issuers in the EU and Switzerland in such event. Background. The EU Commission is expected to  27 Jun 2019 "If stock market regulation equivalence is not given then Plan B will be activated - protective measures for the Swiss exchanges - and that will  Though Switzerland isn’t part of the EU, about a third of trading in Swiss-based companies took place on exchanges and trading platforms within the bloc before the nation’s stock-market lost EU recognition. Stock market equivalence makes a trade on the Swiss stock exchange equivalent to a trade on an exchange in an EU country. This allows trades to be pooled across countries, something that supports global trade and improves international market liquidity,

1 Jul 2019 The equivalence permit lets Swiss and EU investors freely trade across each others' borders and Zurich is the fourth-largest for trading shares  on the equivalence of the legal and supervisory framework applicable to stock exchanges in Switzerland in accordance with Directive 2014/65/EU of the  This action resulted in EU and Switzerland investors losing direct access to each other's stock exchanges, although they are still able to trade Swiss shares  1 Jul 2019 Due to this measure, the relevant EU trading venues have announced to delist certain equities securities of companies with a Swiss registered  2 Jul 2019 EUROPEAN UNION finance chiefs have “shot themselves in the foot” in their Switzerland stock market row with the tables turned on the bloc  1 Jul 2019 By cancelling Zurich's status as an approved stock market, the Swiss bourse SIX will enjoy higher volumes. The European Commission stripped Switzerland's stock markets of EU regulatory equivalence as of July 1,  30 Jun 2019 (the Ordinance) on trading of shares in Swiss issuers in the EU and Switzerland in such event. Background. The EU Commission is expected to