The EU Market Abuse Regulation after Two Years: Survey Signals Need to Action (in German)
Listed companies observe increasing bureaucratic burden as well as decreasing legal certainty from the EU Market Abuse Regulation. In particular, regarding the obligation to publish inside information companies call for guidance. This is the key result of this study conducted by Deutsches Aktieninstitut and Hengeler Mueller. The study is based on a survey among German listed companies on their experiences two years after the Market Abuse Regulation went into force.