Finland’s government proposed an overhaul of securities markets legislation to add clarity, ease supervision and trim the administrative burden on companies, the Finance Ministry said in a statement today.
The parliament still needs to approve the proposal and the laws are scheduled to come into force on July 1. The government will send a proposal on the possible indirect holding of assets to parliament by the end of May, the ministry in Helsinki said.
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