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Finance Watch has responded to the European Commission's Public consultation on the operations of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs).
The Commission sought views among other things, on the operations of the ESAs and on their ability to protect the public interest by contributing to the short, medium and long-term stability and effectiveness of the financial system for the benefit of the Union economy and its citizens.
This briefing from seven civil society groups (E3G, WWF, CDSB, CDP, ShareAction, ClientEarth, and Finance Watch) sets out six actions that the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) should undertake, as part of its mandate to protect investors and avert financial instability, to facilitate the integration and management of climate and wider sustainability risks in financial markets. The actions proposed are based on ESMA’s existing powers and on areas of its existing mandate. The briefing mainly focuses on ESMA but also touches upon the duties and roles of the other European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs).
Le 25 avril 2017, Christian M. Stiefmüller de Finance Watch s'est exprimé lors d'une audition publique organisée par la commission ECON du Parlement européen sur le thème “Updating CRR, CRD, BRRD and SRMR: the new banking legislation package”.
Brussels, 18 avril 2017 - Finance Watch a publié son rapport annuel 2016.
Dans ce nouveau rapport, six associations de la société civile (WWF, E3G, Finance Watch, Friends of the Earth Europe, ShareAction et actionaid) recommandent plusieurs possiblités pour intégrer les objectifs de durabilité au sein de l'Union de Marchés de Capitaux.
Finance Watch today submitted its response to the European Commission’s Public consultation on the Capital Markets Union (CMU) mid-term review 2017.
Finance Watch today submitted its response to the European Commission’s public consultation on a multilateral reform of investment dispute resolution.
report investigates the numerous ways in which the public is blocked from participating in
influencing the activities of banks and from representing its own interests in banking.
This note provides Finance Watch’s assessment of the proposals of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision figuring in the “Fundamental Review of the Trading Book”
Finance Watch spoke on a panel at the European Commission's public hearing on the EU’s Macro-prudential Policy in Brussels, 07 November 2016
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