ETS, EU Commission changes the registry
ECB, EBA and EPPO to get access to information
A series of changes are on the way to Regulation 389/2013, which established the emissions
trading registry, the tool for accounting for emission allowances issued under the EU ETS. In a
delegated regulation, now out for consultation until February 14, the European Commission has
actually added the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO), the European Central Bank (ECB) and
the European Banking Authority (EBA) to the list of institutions that can receive information from
Thus, EPPO, ECB and EBA will have more effective tools to identify possible misconduct and speculation.
The Commission's proposed amendments also include the dissemination of useful information to entities authorized to receive data from the registry and more guidance to account holders in order to properly report bilateral transactions.
Finally, the proposed delegated regulation includes the implementation of security measures.
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19 January 2023 - 13:02 CET