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20 October 2017Consultation
Brussels, 20 October 2017 - Finance Watch has published its consultation response European Commission's public consultation on the REFIT review of Directive 2009/103/EC on motor insurance.
18 October 2017Speech
At the high-level Financial Stability Conference in Berlin, hosted by the Financial Stability Network, Senior Policy Adviser Christian M. Stiefmueller reiterated Finance Watch’s key positions on the continuing debate about bank resolution and banking sector reform
13 October 2017Consultation
13 October 2017 - Finance Watch has published its consultation response to the European Securities and Markets Authority Consultation Paper on draft guidelines on certain aspects of the suitability requirements
under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
25 September 2017Report
A white paper by GABV, Finance Watch and Mission 2020 on financial sector reforms that could help deliver a sustainable finance transformation in Europe
20 September 2017Consultation
Finance Watch today responded to the questionnaire on the interim report by the High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance.
27 June 2017Report
Finance Watch published its report on the future of pensions in the EU, "A pot of gold at the end of the rainbow".
15 June 2017Consultation
Finance Watch's response to the “European Commission’s public consultation on FinTech: a more competitive and innovative European financial sector”.
7 June 2017Report
Finance Watch has published a new Policy Brief “One step forward, two steps back” with comments and recommendations on the EU’s Banking Package.
16 May 2017Consultation
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.
16 May 2017Report
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).
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