The European Securities and Markets Authority has published a call for evidence on the extension of the disclosure requirements to private and bilateral transactions for Structured Finance Instruments (SFIs).

The call of evidence is intended to collect information from market participants about the approach to disclosure for SFIs originated and/or traded on a private and/or bilateral basis and is directed to all those involved in the EU securitisation market, and particularly at:

  • issuers, originators and sponsors of SFIs;
  • investors acting in the securitisation markets; and
  • market intermediaries other than the issuers, originators and sponsors of SFIs.

The deadline for comments to the call of information is 20 May 2015.

View ESMA consults on disclosure requirements for private and bilateral Structured Finance Instruments, 20 March 2015