Fees rise and questions linger as Esma ramps up analytics capabilities

The EU regulator’s expanded supervisory powers and big data capabilities have caused some confusion on how the data will be used and how Esma’s new role will shape reporting regimes.

Every penny counts to a regulator—especially if those pennies are needed to fund data analytics projects and justify a new supervisory framework that imposes hefty fees on firms the regulator oversees.

In January, the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) was granted new supervisory powers over the European Union’s largest data reporting services providers (DRSPs), including businesses such as approved reporting mechanisms (Arms) and approved publication arrangements (APAs). These

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