I'm not aware of any method to see that information in any NLE.
AVID imports shot marks / essence marks as a "locator", FCP does it as "edit marker"
Sony VEGAS, Dayang etc as well.
What I´ve found is, that the camcorder stores the marks in a xml-file in the same folder of the mp4-video file. But importing it to Premiere the Adobe-software doesn´t takes the marks. In the xml-file you´ll find the frame-numbers of every mark, so setting the marks in premiere would be theoretically easy for Adobe-programers.
As Premiere doesn´t have tools like scripts, we can´t make a fast workaround. The only option is to take XDCAM-Browser just to find the marks and use this information in Premiere. Not cool, if you have plenty of marks in your sourcefile.
I´ll write a feature-request to Adobe.
Sony VEGAS Pro 11 does it have:
The software provides all the necessary tools to edit proxy and full-resolution HD and SD XDCAM MXF files natively, and it supports all frame rates and aspect ratios, multichannel audio, Essence Marks, and all HD and SD XDCAM compression types.
I tested it with footage of a Sony PMW 320, it worked very well and newscutting is a matter of minutes now after shooting out there somewhere.
But I still hope, Adobe will implent this soon...