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22/07/2011
 

Reply to the Green Paper on The EU Corporate Governance Framework 2011


Good principles of corporate governance and their proper implementation in all listed companies are of vital importance for their long-term survival, growth and stability, for ensuring the long term interests of shareholders is not overlooked, and furthermore for the stability and sustainable development of the economy and the financial system. Please read here our response to the European Commission's initiative of reviewing and improving the existing corporate governance legislation and soft law.

Categories: positions, Corporate Governance
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EuroFinuse
 
 
 
 
 
29/04/2011
 

Consultation on the taxation problems that arise when dividends are distributed across borders to portfolio and individual investors and possible solutions


EuroFinuse (formerly EuroInvestors) believes that double taxation of dividends represents an increasingly important impediment to the accomplishment of the Single Market and therefore welcomes this consultation on possible solutions for taxation problems that arise when dividends are distributed across border. Please read our full response here.

Categories: positions
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EuroFinuse
 
 
 
 
 
29/04/2011
 

Level 2 implementing measures on the pursuit of the business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II)


As its very name indicates, Solvency II has been primarily designed to prevent insurance companies bankruptcies, and not to protect policy holders. These are two different and sometimes conflicting objectives. Solvency II heavily penalizes insurers holding equities and thoroughly raises capital requirements and insurers’ equity issues needs. Please read more here.

Categories: positions, Insurance
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EuroFinuse
 
 
 
 
 
29/04/2011
 

Towards a coherent approach to Collective Redress


We welcome the opportunity to comment on Collective Redress. We regret though that the European Commission despite its long term awareness of the existing problems facing investors and all other users of financial services including SMEs, and despite recognition that the performance of the existing EU enforcement tools is not satisfactory, has not yet taken any concrete measure but chose to engage into a consultation again.

Categories: positions, Consumer Affairs
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Guillaume Prache
EuroFinuse
 
 
 
 
 
03/03/2011
 

Technical details of a possible European crisis management framework


This consultation from the European Commission is part of the European Authorities efforts to prevent any future financial crisis of the magnitude of the 2008 one. Most questions are not addressed to individual investors and savers, but to professionals. Therefore, we will not reply specifically to these questions but provide a general reply.

Categories: positions, Banking
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EuroFinuse
 
 
 
 
 
03/03/2011
 

DAF Technical details of a possible EU Framework for Bank Recovery and Resolution


Technical details of a possible EU Framework for Bank Recovery and Resolution Danish Shareholders Association is the organisation representing private investors in Denmark, and finds the proposal on bank recovery and resolution unacceptable. The proposal is unacceptable for several reasons: Legal problems; Corporate governance principles; Supervisory problems; Citizen’s confidence.

Categories: positions, Banking
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Danish Shareholders Association
 
 
 
 
 

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