New ESMA Q&A on delaying disclosure of inside information

The European Securities and Markets Authority has updated its Q&A on the EU Market Abuse Regulation. It has added one new question, 5.2. This confirms that if an issuer decides to delay disclosure of inside information which then ceases to be inside information before it is disclosed, the obligations to announce and notify the regulator of delayed disclosure fall away.

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