ESMA Seeks Experts in Corporate Finance to Join Its Industry Advisory Group
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) yesterday published an open call for candidates for industry experts in corporate finance.
The two-year term of the current Consultative Working Group (CWG) for the Corporate Finance Standing Committee (CFSC) will expire shortly. Therefore, ESMA yesterday launched the process to renew the composition of the CFSC CWG.
In accordance with the “Procedures for ESMA groups”, the selection of CWG members is based on an open call for candidates, which is published on the ESMA website. The relevant extracts of those procedures for CWGs are set out in the Appendix.
Call For Expression of Interest CFSC CWG 2020
Application Form CSFS CWG
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