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31 July 2018Report
Finance Watch has published a briefing note on the European Commissions Action Plan on FinTech
18 July 2018Openletter
Joint Statement by Finance Watch, Better Finance, Beuc, Coface Families Europe, Age Plateform Europe on ECON’s draft report on the review of the European Financial Supervisors
21 June 2018Consultation
Finance Watch has responded to the public consultation on two EU initiatives requiring investment firms, insurance undertakings and insurance intermediaries to take into account clients’ Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) preferences in the investment advice.
8 June 2018Report
Finance Watch published today a detailed analysis of the European Commission’s package to tackle Non-Performing Loans (NPL): “’Would you mind holding this for me?’ The (increasingly desperate) search for an answer to Europe’s NPL problem”.
4 May 2018Report
Brussels, 04 May 2017 - Finance Watch has published its Annual Report to stakeholders for 2017.
3 May 2018Speech
Hanover, 3 May 2018 - Statement by Prof. Rainer Lenz, Board director at Finance Watch at the Public Hearing of the Ausschuss für Bundes- und Europaangelegenheiten und Regionale Entwicklung des Niedersächsischen Landtages on "Brexit and its potential impact for Lower Saxony"
4 April 2018Report
Brussels, 4 April 2018 - Finance Watch publishes its comments and recommendations regarding European Commission's proposal for a Pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) from June 2017.
28 March 2018Report
Finance Watch welcomes the Review of EU’s regulation on cross-border payments by the European Commission that would make cross-border payments cheaper within the EU and better inform users of dynamic currency conversion services.
14 March 2018Report
First edition of the Global Green Finance Index (GGFI), which ranks the world’s financial centres according to perceptions of the quality and depth of their green finance offerings.
6 March 2018Report
The Global Green Finance Index (GGFI) is based on a perception survey of the depth and quality of green finance offerings in different financial centres.
This post looks at how perception can complement historical data in measuring and promoting change and how this thinking has been applied to the GGFI.
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