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SEPA: Broad range of stakeholders beginning to see huge problems
SEPA (the Single European Payments Area) risks being a massive failure unless key issues are resolved, particularly regarding the security of the Direct Debit ...
Consumers sidelined in Capital Markets Union
Today, the European Commission has kicked off an action plan to reduce companies’ reliance on banks and diversify their funding sources across the EU’s 28 ...
CMU Action Plan tackles right challenges, but much work still lies ahead
Today, the European Commission published its Action Plan for creating a real Capital Market Union for Europe. As a first reaction, UEAPME Secretary General ...
Access to bank account: Disappointment over Commission climb-down
Millions of Europeans without a bank account will be hugely disappointed by today’s Commission decision to give up on planned legislative action in favour of a ...
UK's EU agencies set for Amsterdam, Paris after Brexit
EU 27 ministers on Monday selected Paris as the new seat for the European Banking Authority, and Amsterdam as the new seat for the European Medicines Agency, ...
European Banking: Efficiency, Technology and Growth (Wiley Finance)
The retail banking sector has undergone immense change over the last decade, such that the industry is barely recognisable. The creation of the European Single ...
Internet Banking and the Law in Europe: Regulation, Financial Integration and Electronic Commerce
The European Union has long sought to create a single financial area across Europe where consumers in one country benefit from financial markets and activities ...
Policy-making in the European Central Bank: The Masters of Europe's Money (Governance in Europe)
Drawing on numerous interviews with high-ranking and founding members of the ECB, Karl Kaltenthaler identifies and explains the factors that shape the domestic ...
Commission investigation into UK restructuring aid package for Northern Rock - guide
The European Commission on 2 April 2008 launched an in-depth investigation under the EC Treaty’s rules on state aid into the UK authorities' package of ...
Commission guidance on state aid for banks in crisis - briefing
The European Commission has published guidance on how EU Member States can best support financial institutions in the current financial crisis whilst ...
EU Court upholds Commission decision on State aid for banks
The EU General Court has upheld the Commission's decision which stated that the two investment funds that Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen received in1998 from the ...
Finance and Monetary Affairs in the EU
Latest news on economic and monetary affairs in the European Union.
Commission Report on bank fee charges - briefing
There are widespread problems with the way banks inform and advise their customers according to a European Commission report on retail financial service ...
EC guidelines on restructuring aid to banks - briefing
The European Commission has agreed a Communication explaining its approach to assessing restructuring aid given by Member States to banks. The approach is ...
In its staff working document on the initiatives in the area of retail financial services, accompanying the Communication A single market for 21st century ...
Banking policy in the EU
Achieving an integrated market for banks and financial conglomerates is a core component of European policy in financial services sector.
Banking: Key EU directives
Key banking legislation in force in the European Union
Banking Union for Europe: Risks and Challenges
Contributions from Viral Acharya, Joshua Aizenman, Franklin Allen, Thorsten Beck, Erik Berglöf, Claudia Buch, Elena Carletti, Ralph de Haas, Luis Garicano, ...
Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Quarterly Review - March 2011
The Bank for International Settlements Quarterly Review for March 2011 discusses how expectations of higher growth in the advanced economies and surging ...
Further amendments to the Capital Requirements Directive - briefing
The European Commission has adopted a proposal to further amend the Capital Requirements Directive. The proposed amendments address capital requirements for ...
Capital Requirements Directive - briefing
The European Commission has put forward a revision of EU rules on capital requirements for banks that is designed to reinforce the stability of the financial ...
Capital Requirements Directive ('CRD IV') - public consultation
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on further possible changes to the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) aimed at strengthening the ...
CEA welcomes EC Communication on supervisory architecture
The CEA, the European insurance and reinsurance federation, welcomes the publication today of the European Commission’s Communication in which it sets out its ...
The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) gives advice to the European Commission on policy and regulatory issues related to banking supervision. It ...
Action Plan on building a Capital Markets Union
The European Commission launched the Capital Markets Union Action Plan on 30 September to help build a true single market for capital across the 28 EU Member ...
Capital requirements directive revision - guide
Banks have been at the centre of the financial crisis the global economy is facing since 2008. Lessons have been drawn from this and mistakes of the past ...
EU framework for Crisis Management in the Banking Sector - briefing
The European Commission has adopted a Communication on an EU framework for crisis management in the banking sector. The purpose of the Communication is to ...
Revision of EU rules on Deposit Guarantee Schemes - briefing
The European Commission has put forward a revision of EU rules on deposit guarantee schemes that puts into action the commitments made by EU Finance Ministers ...
The Council of European Union Finance Ministers (ECOFIN) today adopted conclusions on the immediate responses to take to the financial crisis, along with four ...
European Investment Bank Group's 2009 Annual Report
The EIB Group's 2009 Annual Report consists of three separate volumes: 1. The Activity and Corporate Responsibility Report presenting the EIB Group's ...
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