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Financial markets - regulation - market abuse - insider dealing - European Union (EU) - UK - retained EU law.

The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) aims to increase market integrity and investor protection.

UK MAR is the regime for the UK that covers the activities addressed by the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) regime that applies to the EU.

It is UK domestic regulation and law comprising:

  1. The original EU-wide MAR regime as it became retained EU law at the end of December 2020, together with
  2. Subseqeuent amendments made from time to time in the UK.

UK MAR is overseen and enforced by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority.

Key onshoring changes to MAR
"The main changes to UK MAR are to notifications for delaying the disclosure of inside information, notifications for transactions of persons discharging managerial responsibilities (PDMRs), and the reporting of STORs.
Read more about these changes in our Primary Market Bulletin 32 and the temporary transitional power (TTP) key requirements. The bulletin also includes information on reporting requirements relating to exemptions for buy-back and stabilisation transactions."
UK Market Abuse Regulation - Financial Conduct Authority.

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