ESMA appoints a new Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, has published the new list of members of ...
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Herz selling of bankrupted bonds is probably the most absurd moment in Capital Markets History

After Herz, a car-rental company based in Florida,  filed for bankruptcy in May 2019, some bankers  "jokingly" said that they "hope ...
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Euobserver: “EU top court hits back after German ruling”

The EU's top court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), warned last Friday that the bloc's legal order could unravel ...
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The Guardian: “BlackRock to advise EU on environmental rules for banks”

BlackRock, one of the world’s largest investors in banks and fossil fuel companies, has been hired by the EU to ...
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F2iC: Etat et actionnaires, chacun doit rester dans son rôle et faire preuve de responsabilité

Depuis quelques jours, le gouvernement parle ouvertement de nationaliser éventuellement des entreprises afin d’assurer leur pérennité. La F2iC juge cette ...
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POLITICO: EU to push green finance, rules-based trade at international talks

POLITICO reports that on 10 April EU finance ministers approved the "terms of reference" in which they pledge "to raise ...
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Employee Share Ownership (ESO) in times of Pandemic

BETTER FINANCE supports the appeal from EFES, the European Federation of Employee Share Ownership, to all European governments & institutions ...
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Funds Europe: ESMA finds retail investors still hit by costs

There is still a significant impact on investment returns for retail investors due to costs that are on average 40% ...
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Coronavirus could save Europe, or sink it.

Since its founding in the 1950s, the European club has by definition been a post-national project, or “supranational” in Brussels ...
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Banks in pandemic turmoil: Capital relief is welcome, supervisory forbearance is not.

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread around the world and emergency confinement measures have disrupted markets, bankers on both ...
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