ACER updated its Open Letter on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union and implications on the registration of market participants and data collection under REMIT. The purpose of the Letter is to provide guidance to national regulatory authorities, as well as to inform market participants and the wider market about the consequences and repercussions on REMIT implementation after 31 December 2020.
Last update: 18/12/2020
This letter sets out the position of ACER with regard to certain aspects of the disclosure of inside information through Inside Information Platforms and corporate websites as a backup solution, in case of platform unavailability. Moreover, ACER provides clarifications on the new validation rules for transportation contracts and registration of market participants reporting transportation contracts for export from and import to the EU. It is ACER’s objective to ensure effective compliance with all obligations and requirements stemming from the REMIT legal framework.
Last update: 20/11/2020
The purpose of this letter is to inform reporting parties that ACER continues to conduct regular assessments of the completeness, accuracy and timely submission of the data received under REMIT. The letter is also intended to promote cooperation between ACER and reporting parties in order to further improve data reporting under REMIT. Using the findings from its assessments, ACER aims to help its stakeholders ensure that the data reported to ACER is consistent with the REMIT reporting requirements.
Last update: 22/10/2020