Thanks to EU/EEA harmonized regulations on prospectuses, a securities prospectus approved by the FMA can be utilized in other EU/EEA nations for public offerings or securities trading on regulated markets. The approval granted by the prospectus authority (such as the FMA in Liechtenstein) is recognized by other European supervisory bodies (like BaFin in Germany). Through this process, the FMA promptly shares necessary documentation with relevant authorities in host member states and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) within one business day of receiving the application or approval. This "notification procedure" facilitates offering securities to the public and/or trading them on regulated markets across multiple EU/EEA states without the need for additional prospectus approvals in each jurisdiction.

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