On March 28, ISDA and the Global Foreign Exchange Division submitted a joint response to the European Commission’s (EC) Better Regulation consultation on its proposal for the establishment of a European Single Access Point (ESAP).
In the response, the associations discuss the scope of ESAP, recommending an initial focus on the most important ‘raw’ company information, in particular with respect to sustainability-related data points. In addition, the associations highlight the need for machine readability and access to individuals. Another aspect of the response discusses the EC’s suggested implementation timeline, with the associations suggesting a more flexible approach based on the assessment of use cases.
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