ESMA sets plans and budgets for crypto and FinTech monitoring in 2019

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has earmarked just over €1 million to monitor cryptoassets and FinTechs in 2019.

In its 2019 Annual Work Programme, the financial regulator has listed its key priorities for the year and set out budget and staff numbers across its areas of focus.
In the document, ESMA explained that it monitors financial activities and retail investor trends, with a particular focus on financial innovation, including Fintech and cryptoassets.

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