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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is seeking feedback from stakeholders on three principal issues related to developments in digital finance:

1 - Increasing fragmentation or non-integrated value chains, arising from new entrants and different models of service delivery that may introduce new risks and challenges


2 - Digital platform use and exposure to diverse risks including financial stability, investor protection, data protection and money laundering / terrorist financing


3 - Emergence of new risks in relation to groups with mixed-activities (financial and non-financial)

The thirty-three question call for evidence remains open for feedback until Aug 1, 2021.

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