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FMA Quarterly Report for Q3 2020 for Supervision of Capital Market Prospectuses: FMA approves 18 prospectuses and 14 supplements.


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The Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) approved 18 capital market prospectuses during the 3rd quarter of 2020, four fewer than in the corresponding period of last year. They consisted of 14 single-part prospectuses (Q3-19: 21) as well as one registration notification (Q3-19: 1) and three securities notes (Q3-19: 0) for multi-part prospectuses. In addition, 14 supplements to prospectuses were approved during the 3rd quarter of 2020 (Q3-19: 18), due to there having been significant changes in the meantime since the original prospectuses were approved. The number of final terms filed for approved base prospectuses increased fell by -37.5% during the corresponding period from 2,217 to 1,386. These findings have emerged from the Report on the Supervision of Capital Market Prospectuses for the 3rd Quarter 2020, which was published today by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA).

The cross-border offers within the European Economic Area (EEA) by and large remained stable. During the 3rd quarter of this year, 78 prospectuses or components of prospectuses were notified by sister authorities in the EEA to the FMA, compared with 82 during the previous year. The number of notified supplements increased during this period from 167 to 189. The number of prospectuses and prospectus components to be notified by the FMA in the EEA fell marginally from eight to seven, with the number of supplements falling from 14 to 9. The full quarterly report can be found (in German only) via this link.

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Regulator Name: Financial Market Authority
Abbreviation: FMA
Jurisdiction: Austria

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